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This is a powerful--and free!--program that faculty can use for developing instruments to evaluate their courses. The... see more

The IHMC Concept Mapping Software empowers users to construct, navigate, share, and criticize knowledge models... see more

' The following four characteristics are common for successful online students: Basic technical and academic skills,... see more

'While no instrument can predict success in distance learning courses, having a clear understanding of your circumstances... see more

PALS is an on-line, standards-based, continually updated resource bank of science performance assessment tasks indexed... see more

Brief plagiarism test in the form of a ten-question quiz and conclusions page, easily serving as a self-test for... see more

The Classroom Assessment Techniques -- CATs (Angelo and Cross, 1993) within the FLAG are succinct, self-contained,... see more

The Student Assessment of Learning Gains Instrument is designed for instructors from all disciplines who wish to learn... see more

This self-evaluation helps you to understand how you learn most effectively. The results of your evaluation are given in... see more

This site provides an introduction of the key concepts of acknowledging the work of others with questions and answers.... see more

This exercise is designed to give you a picture of the range of behaviour to which we are referring as academic... see more

In this exercise, that thinking that you know what plagiarism is may not mean that you really know what it is when it... see more

This is an exercise on the line between plagiarism and appropriate writing. This is part of a larger site that can be... see more

You can freely play at anytime this game, which simulates how advocacy can promote positive changes . As advocates for... see more

This is an interactive online quiz on what is, and what is not, plagiarism. Questions are provided with correct answers.... see more

This web-based game tests one's news sense; "Can you tell news from fake news?"

Based on Howard Gardner's work, this inventory helps learners understand where their strengths and weaknesses lie, and... see more

A series of fun, interactive quizzes that teach about internet safety as you play. Topics include phishing, spyware,... see more

READI is a tool for identifying students who might be at risk of not doing well in an online course. While many college... see more

This interactive quiz tests one knowledge about proper citing and paraphrasing.

A teaching quiz covering the evaluation of information sources, best citation practices, and copyright/fair use issues. 

Web-based system providing an easy tool for library media teachers and others to assess students' strengths and... see more

This is a site that contains 20 questions.  Students answer yes or no to the questions, assign different points, and then... see more