Counting the costs and benefits in transition to a digital world[rd] School
SubjectsDigital technology, Online assessment, Online learning, Academic achievement
AbstractJuliette Mendelovits and Ling Tan compare the results of paper and online tests. We live in a digital age – a truism that applies to much of our day-to-day lives. Education is increasingly moving from paper and print to screen and keyboard. The trend is inevitable and in large part welcome, but as educators we need to understand the impact the digital world is having – both positive and negative – on student learning.
Place of PublicationMelbourne
PublisherAustralian Council for Educational Research (ACER)
Citation InformationMendlovits, Juliette & Tan, Ling (January 2017). 'Counting the costs and benefits in transition to a digital world', Research Developments, ACER. https://rd.acer.edu.au/article/counting-the-costs-and-benefits-in-transition-to-a-digital-world