Student achievement in paper, computer/web and mobile based assessment

S.A. Nikou, A.A. Economides

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Abstract

Assessment can be delivered through paper and pencil (Paper Based Testing-PBT), through computers (Computer Based Testing-CBT) or mobile devices (Mobile Based Testing-MBT). Conclusions from previous research are not consistent regarding the performance of test taker related to the test delivery mode. Different test delivery modes may lead to differentiated student performance. The goal of this study is to bring new evidence regarding the impact of PBT, CBT and MBT on students' performance. The findings of the study indicate that there are statistically significant differences in test scores of first year undergraduate students of Economics in the subject of ICT among MBT, CBT and PBT in favor of MBT.
Original languageEnglish
Pages107-114
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 2013
Event6th Balkan Conference in Informatics, BCI-LOCAL 2013 - Thessaloniki, Greece
Duration: 19 Sep 201321 Sep 2013

Conference

Conference6th Balkan Conference in Informatics, BCI-LOCAL 2013
CountryGreece
CityThessaloniki
Period19/09/1321/09/13

Keywords

  • computer-based assessment
  • mobile learning
  • mobile test
  • mobile-based assessment
  • paper-based assessment
  • brain computer interface
  • computer testing
  • economics
  • information science
  • mobile devices
  • paper
  • computer-based assessments
  • computer-based testing
  • statistically significant difference
  • evaluation
  • computers
  • student achievement
  • undergraduate students
  • students

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    Nikou, S. A., & Economides, A. A. (2013). Student achievement in paper, computer/web and mobile based assessment. 107-114. Paper presented at 6th Balkan Conference in Informatics, BCI-LOCAL 2013, Thessaloniki, Greece.