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|Title:||A Domain-specific Modeling Approach to the Development of Online Peer Assessment|
|Abstract:||Modelling a peer assessment using IMS LD and IMS QTI is difficult for average practitioners. In this paper, we apply domain-specific modelling technologies to develop a peer assessment modelling language, in which notations are directly chosen from the concepts and rules used to describe peer assessment. Thus, practitioners can easily understand such a high-level language and use it to specify online peer assessment. The paper also discuss some related issues to develop an authoring tool for modelling with the peer assessment modelling language and to map a peer assessment model represented in the peer assessment modelling language to a corresponding executable model represented in IMS LD and IMS QTI.|
|Description:||Miao, Y., & Koper, R. (2007). A Domain-specific Modeling Approach to the Development of Online Peer Assessment. In T. Navarette, J. Blat & R. Koper (Eds.). Proceedings of the 3rd TENCompetence Open Workshop 'Current Research on IMS Learning Design and Lifelong Competence Development Infrastructures' (pp. 81-88). June, 21-22, 2007, Barcelona, Spain.|
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