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Title: Evaluation of TENCompetence proof of concept assessment tools
Authors: Petrov, Milen
Aleksieva-Petrova, Adelina
Stefanov, Krassen
Schoonenboom, Judith
Miao, Yongwu
Keywords: evaluation report
TENcompetence assessment model
learning technologies
ISO 9241
Issue Date: 8-Sep-2008
Abstract: The TenCompetence Assessment Model was developed as an attempt to develop complex but feasible for real implementation assessment model, corresponding to the last achievements in this field [6]. Therefore the Proof of Concept assessment tools are very important, aiming to test the balance between TENCompetence framework, technology, assessment model, target audience and user acceptance, addressing mainly the feasibility of the TENCompetence Assessment Model. The Proof of Concept assessment tools are not looking for a single end-to-end solution but for the creation of set of mini-assessment environments, sharing common Assessment Model, in which key elements and their dependencies can be tested and verified.
Description: Petrov, M., Aleksieva-Petrova, A., Stefanov, K., Schoonenboom, J., & Miao, Y. (2008). Evaluation of TENCompetence proof of concept assessment tools. In H. W. Sligte & R. Koper (Eds.). Proceedings of the 4th TENCompetence Open Workshop. Empowering Learners for Lifelong Competence Development: pedagogical, organisational and technological issues (pp. 97-101). April, 10-11, 2008, Madrid, Spain: SCO-Kohnstamm Instituut, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. [See also http://hdl.handle.net/1820-/1634 ]
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/1488
ISBN: 978-90-6813-8474
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