Developing an E-assessment environment for the 21st century

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Developing an E-assessment environment for the 21st century

Cito, the Dutch National Institute for Educational Measurement, has experimented with online and on demand testing, digital portfolio, adaptive tests and digital student monitoring systems. Cito also developed a variety of computer based and computer assisted National Examinations for Dutch secondary education, in cooperation with the National Examination Board and the schools.ICE (Integrated Cito Environment), the codename for Cito',s third generation e-assessment software, is built on a modular architecture that makes it possible to generate a working environment that is tailor made for any type of computer based assessment, high stakes or low stakes, from student tracking systems to national examinations, stand alone and online. In the new system a wide variety of item types, from straightforward text based multiple choice items to complex question types using interactive multimedia can be processed.This paper addresses the changing design paradigms for e-assessment software and the growing demand for IT systems that can handle the construction, production and delivery of cutting edge computer assessments in an efficient, reliable and cost effective way.

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