Optimizing the Roles of Information and Communications Technology in the Assessment of Learning Outcomes
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- assessment, computer-based test, information communication technology, lecturer, students
This study aims to maximize the learning outcome assessment. The background are many weaknesses in the procurement of conventional tests, including the tendency of students to cheat, supervisors inconsistent with his duties in supervising the exam, and the risk of loss of student answer sheets for collecting the same time. Therefore, the authors took the initiative to take advantage of information and communication technology in order to overcome the weaknesses found in the conventional assessment system. In this case, the authors plan to create a web-based learning assessment by applying a computerized testing system. The core concept of this system is to transfer the questions that have been made from used paper into a computerized system using wireless media. In practice, the research has the stages of needs analysis, preparation of draft system, system testing, expert judgment, revision and improvement of the system. By using this system, the problems that have been created will be displayed to the computer or other supporting devices belonging to students at random. The weaknesses found in conventional testing systems can be minimized: minimize cheat, executed only with a system administrator, automatic timing by the system, and no risk of losing an answer sheet.
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TY - CONF AU - Edy Prayitno AU - Wahju Tjahjo Saputro AU - Deborah Kurniawati PY - 2017/05 DA - 2017/05 TI - Optimizing the Roles of Information and Communications Technology in the Assessment of Learning Outcomes BT - Proceedings of the 1st Yogyakarta International Conference on Educational Management/Administration and Pedagogy (YICEMAP 2017) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 44 EP - 48 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/yicemap-17.2017.8 DO - 10.2991/yicemap-17.2017.8 ID - Prayitno2017/05 ER -