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Title: Self-assessment in an open online environment: affordances and practices
Authors: Firssova, Olga
Brouns, Francis
Joosten-ten Brinke, Desiree
Keywords: Self-assessment
MOOCs
learning design
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2011
Citation: Firssova, O., Brouns, F., & Joosten-Ten Brinke, D. (2016, October). Self-assessment in an open online environment: Affordances and practices. In Proceedings of the International Technology Enhanced Assessment Conference (TEA 2016), Tallinn, Estonia.
Abstract: In MOOCs both designed and emerging self-assessments depend on available technologies and their affordances. Learners determine, however, whether these technologies are used as intended, to what extent and to what effect. Stud-ying MOOC self-assessment practice can help understand the mechanisms that underlie MOOC leaning and inform design. The paper presents a study of two instances of MOOC implementations from the point of view of self-assessment as it was designed and materialized in practice. The paper is concluded with suggestions for self-assessment design that takes the specific nature of open learning into account.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/9318
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