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A Framework for Assessing Self, Peer and Group Performance in e-Learning

Abstract : In this chapter we propose a framework that supports the analysis and assessment of collaborative learning of online groups of students working on a complex task (software project, or case study) in a real web-based, distance learning context. On the one hand, our approach is based on principled evaluation criteria that involve and measure a variety of elements and factors as well as on a combination of a basic qualitative process and a quantitative method that provide a grounded and holistic framework to analyse and assess group and individual performance more effectively and objectively. On the other hand, the approach has been fully implemented and tested on an asynchronous collaboration platform. All in all, the aim of our work is to provide a better understanding of group interaction and determine how to best support the collaborative learning process.
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Thanasis Daradoumis, Fatos Xhafa, A. Juan Perez. A Framework for Assessing Self, Peer and Group Performance in e-Learning. Tim S. Roberts. Self, Peer, and Group Assessment in e-Learning, IGI Publishing, 279-294, Chapter XII, 2006. ⟨hal-00190831⟩



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