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eScholar 2010 – Group connectivity and peer assessment using a wiki

Lynne Quartermaine utilised the wiki functionality to analyse student productivity and collaboration. Peer-review was favoured by students as it made the assessment enjoyable and fair.

Issue 11 – WWW – Wonderful World of Wikis

At the beginning of 2010 Curtin integrated Campus Pack Fusion within the Blackboard environment.  Campus Pack provides a suite of collaboration tools which includes wikis, blogs and journals. These tools facilitate collaboration, communication, sharing and reflection.  Each of these tools has its own strengths and provides opportunities for staff and students to engage in learning in different ways.  The focus of this issue of Let’s Get Flexible is the humble wiki.

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Issue 28 – Interactive Rubrics

A rubric is an assessment tool designed to outline the expectations for achievement. It is usually explicitly designed to support as well as to evaluate student learning.

Development and use of rubrics operates across assessment design, communication, marking, analysis and feedback experience.

Issue 26 – Open Educational Resources (OER)

OER are materials licensed in such a way as to allow free access and use by anyone in the world. The internet has already spawned a philosophy of “sharism” and now a global movement in OER is underway. Individuals and institutions the world over are acting in the belief that a better educated population is of benefit to everyone.