情報処理教科の定期試験におけるCBTの適用とその評価 [in Japanese] Evaluation of Computer Based Testing in lieu of Regular Examinations in Computer Literacy [in Japanese]
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Because computer based testing (CBT) has many advantages compared with the conventional paper and pencil testing (PPT) examination method, CBT has begun to be used in various situations in Japan, such as in qualifying examinations and in the TOEFL. This paper describes the usefulness and the problems of CBT applied to a regular college examination. The regular computer literacy examinations for first year students were held using CBT, and the results were analyzed. Responses to a questionnaire indicated many students accepted CBT with no unpleasantness and considered CBT a positive factor, improving their motivation to study. CBT also decreased the work of faculty in terms of marking tests and reducing data.
- Journal of Jsee
Journal of Jsee 54(4), 27-32, 2006-07-20
Japanese Society for Engineering Education