Weblearn Tests and Quizzes

Whether it is for formative or summative purposes, Weblearn Tests is the perfect tool for academics that want to proactively measure student understanding throughout the development of a module, gauge their overall progress, participation and engagement, as well as, gather data for research or publication purposes. Advanced features such as “Column and Attempt statistics”, as well as, “Item Analysis”, empower academics to monitor overall class performance, average and individual scores and distribution of student responses for each question. Continue reading

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V-L-Easy! Day 8 – Weblearn Tools for learning and assessment

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As part of the countdown to the festive season, the VLE team and CPED are sharing their ideas for simple tools or techniques that can make life easier for lecturers and their students. So far, we have explored CollaborateAlly, Student Preview,  Grade Centre Smart ViewsNureva SpanCourse Sites and Weblearn Groups.
Today, we explore a feature which may be a crucial part of your assessment design, but is also a quick and simple way to manage your assessment, marking and communication with students.

Weblearn Tools for learning and assessment

Essays, presentations and tests are not the only way for your students to communicate what they have learned. Weblearn has several alternative tools that student can use to document or construct their knowledge: blogs, journals, discussion boards, wikis, and portfolios. These are perfectly suited to continuous assessment, and can be used for either formative or summative assessment.

Diagram matching Weblearn tools to types of thinking

For each type of intellectual activity, there is a corresponding tool in Weblearn.

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