Tag: e-Assessment and New Assessment Theories and Methodologies,


Across Disciplines, Cultures and Technologies: An Item Response Theory Approach to Assessment of Learning

In the process of educating for change, we must strategically design assessment to examine how well our students are learning. This subject is important but easily neglected by educators or misrepresented in the education field. This research applied Item Response Theory (IRT), a contemporary measurement theory that models the relationship between the probability of an item


Resource and Profitability Assessment of Transition to Flipped Video-Based Lecturing

In the current digital era, competitiveness of educational institutions is defined by the ability to satisfy the needs of smart video-learners. It explains active transition to video-based knowledge sharing, like substituting traditional lectures with ‘flipped classroom’ approach. However, creating video materials consumes huge amount of resources hindering adaptation of this practice by universities. This paper