Presentations of Web-Based Assessment of Student Learning Applications
At the beginning of the 2012-2013 second semester the OEAE was established as the client for which two groups of students of the Development of Web-Based Applications (MATE 4996) course had to develop the tailor-made application. The OEAE needed an application with a user-friendly interface to input and analyze data in order to streamline the process of assessment of student learning.
On May 14 the students form the Development of Web-Based Applications (MATE 4996) course presented their applications for the assessment of student learning to the OEAE staff and the assessment coordinators from various Colleges of the campus.
The following are screenshots of the home screen of both applications:
During the first semester of the 2013-2014 academic year some professors have volunteered to use the application as part of their courses. Once their recommendations have been submitted and discussed, we expect to update some features after the end of this trial period. If institutional support is provided, the use of the application will be expanded to more users across our campus.
We couldn't be happier with the work that the students did. We are confident that this initiative will help professors to analyze student learning assessment data, thus aiding the OEAE to have a real-time snapshot of the achievement of institutional student-centered learning outcomes.