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True or False:
Online Quizzes Make Your Life Easier

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January 20, 2005

Moderator
Julie-Ann McFann
Office of Instructional Development

     
    Panel

 

Roger Farmer,
Professor of Economics


 

Russell Schuh,
Professor of Linguistics


 

Jim Williamson,
Technology Manager, Office of Instructional Development


Assessing student learning is a fact of life for professors. However, grading quizzes and exams can be a very time consuming task, especially in large lecture classes.As educational technology becomes more sophisticated, software vendors promise that their quiz tools will make our lives easier.

This interactive forum will investigate how assessment tools are being used at UCLA, how the tools are impacting teaching and learning, and whether the technology is living up to its promise.





Webcasting of this event provided by UCLA Instructional Media Production, a unit of the UCLA Office of Instructional Development.