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Cases and open problems

Have potential for measuring application of knowledge, analysis, problem-solving and evaluative skills. Short cases are relatively easy to design and mark. Design of more complex cases and their marking schemes are more challenging to design and develop. Marking for grading and feedback are about as fast as essay marking.

Computer-based assessment

Much talked about. Usually software such as Question Mark will be used to format multiple choice questions, mark and analyse results. Wider range of graphics and simulations can be used. Optical Mark readers can be used - but allow for some students not marking the items clearly. Time consuming to set but marking very fast. Reliability is high but validity (match with outcomes) needs careful attention.

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