Designing and Managing MCQs:
Appendix E: List of External Users and references to this Handbook
(Updated Janury 2005)
Apart from staff at UCT, many institutions and people (a few hundred) link
to and / or refer to this manual or parts of it. Here is a selection.
We are glad that we can be of assistance to these people and their
The following books, articles, chapters and papers reference the site
or its mirrors
Atkinson, M. 2002.
Effective Multiple Choice Exams. The Successful Professor (6)1:
Carter J, et al.
we assess this? Annual Joint Conference Integrating Technology
into Computer Science Education .
Danielson S and Mehta S.
Concept Questions for Enhancing Learning Proceedings of the ASEE
National Conference, St Louis, MO, June 2000.
Duke-Williams, E and King, T.
Computer-Aided Assessment to Test Higher Level Learning Outcomes
Proceedings for 5th CAA Conference 2001.
Edward, N. 2004.
Engineering Mini-Project Report: The Development of a Web-Delivered Diagnostic
Instrument for Detecting Misconceptions of Physics Principles.
Fielding, A and Bingham E. Winter 2003
for Computer-Aided Assessment. Learning and Teaching in Action,
for real in Virtual Learning Environments - how far can we go?
Higgins, E and Tatham, L. Winter 2003
the potential of Multiple-Choice Questions in Assessment. Learning
and Teaching in Action, 2 (1).
McKenna C and Hesketh I.
A Review of
Online Resources for Computer-Assisted Assessment Educational Developments
1.2 (April 2000)
Mehta S and Danielson S.
Statics Dynamically Proceedings of the ASEE National
Conference, Charlotte, NC, June 1999.
Mehta SI, Schlecht NW. 1998.
assessment technique for large classes. Journal of Engineering
Meisalo V, Sutinen, E & Tarhio, J. 2003.
oppimisympäristöt. [Modern Learning Environments] 2nd
King, T and Duke-Williams, E.
Computer-Aided Assessment to Test Higher Level Learning Outcomes.
Handbook of ILTAC 2001, The Institute for Learning and Teaching in
Higher Education Conference: Professionalism in Practice, University of York,
4-6 July, Session 70.
ONualláin, C, Redfern S.
screen generation for the mobile ubiquitous learning environment.
Proceedings of iCEER 2005.
Orlich, DC, et al.
Strategies, 7th edition
Pintauro SJ, Krahl AG, Buzzell PR, and Chamberlain, VM.
Safety and Regulation: Evaluation of an Online Multimedia Course Journal
of Food Science Education. 4; 67 ff.
Preston, David Seth (Ed.). Virtual Learning and Higher Education.
See Review of this
book by Richard Malinski.
Rösner D and Amelung M. A Web-based Environment to Support Teaching
of Programming Paradigms. Proceeding of Web-based Education (WBE 2005),
February 2005, Grindelwald, Switzerland.
Ramesh, S, Manjit Sidhu and Watugala, GK. April 2005.
the Potential of Multiple Choice Questions in Computer-Based Assessment of
Student Learning. Malaysian Online Journal of Instructional Technology.
Smoak, WT and Dittman, KC. 2001
A Survey of Assessment Mechanisms
for Continuous Process Improvement of IT Curriculums. The Proceedings
of ISECON 2001 v 18 (Cincinnati): §13a.
the Word - Access the World. Proceedings for 5th CAA Conference
Stephens, D and Percik D. January
a Test Bank for Information Science based upon Bloom's
Principles...Italics e-journal. 1 (1).
multiple-choice testing as a tool for deep learning: a qualitative
analysis. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education.
Winograd, K., and Moore, G. April 2002
Study Skills for
the Online Student. ASPH Technology Watch!
Good Multiple-Choice Exams, University of Texas.
version of our document has been published by Talent2
The follwing College and University Websites (in alpbetical order of
Institution) link to or reference the site or its mirrors
Alamo Community College District (Bexar County, Texas),
Links of Interest
Anderson University (Anderson, IN),
Austin Community College (Austin, Texas), Professional Development,
Arizona State University (Phoenix, Arizona).
for Learning and Teaching Excellence
University of Central Florida (Orlando, Florida).
for Optimal Learning.
Central Queensland University (East Coast, Australia),
in Higher Education.
Chemeketa Community College (Salem, Oregon),
Centre: Teaching Tips.
University of Delaware (Newark, Delaware),
Centre for Teaching Effectriveness's
page on Assessment/Evaluation
Unversity of Dundee (Dundee, Scotland), Centre for Learning and Teaching
Evaluation and Feedback - Toolkit
Eastern Kentucky University (Richmond, Kentucky),
Teaching and Learning Centre
Eastern Shore Association of Colleges (Maryland):
für Technik und Wirtschaft (Berlin, Germany)
Georgian College (Ontario, Canada),
for Teaching and Learning: Tests and Exams
Uiversity of Glasgow (Glasgow, Scotland) CTICH page on
Glendale Community College (Glendale, Arizona),
University of Hertfordshire (Hatfield, Alabama),
Aided Learning - Further Reading
University of Warwick (Coventry, UK) - The Higher Education Academy;
for Legal Education
University of Huddersfield (Huddersfield, UK), Educational Computing and
Illinois Central College (East Peoria, Illinois),
& Faculty Development
Joint Committee for Intercollegiate Examinations: Intercollegiate Specialty
Boards of the Royal Surgical Colleges of Great Britain and Ireland,
MCQs at different levels
James Madison University (Harrisonburg, VA),
University of Leicester (Leicester, UK),
of our Manual.
Metropolitan Community College (Omaha, NE)
In Class Discussions
Mount Royal College (Calgary, Alberta, Canada),
Murdoch University (Perth, Australia),
Development: Teaching and Learning Centre.
Napier University, Edinburgh, Educational Development:
Use of CAL
New South Wales (Australia) Country Areas Program,
Teachers Pages -
Professional Development Links
University of North Florida (Jacksonville, Florida),
Centre for Instruction &
Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada ),
Curriculum and Innovation. - Instructional Best Practices
[Workshop] Northern Essex Community College
Questions that Demand Critical Thinking
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Trondheim, Norway),
Didaktiks of On-Line Education
University of Oregon (Eugene, Oregon):
Ohio State University (Columbus, Ohio),
Reseources on College Teaching and
Oregon University (Corvallis, Oregon) College of Pharmacy, has part of this
manual as their
Oxford Brooks University (Oxford, UK),
An Introduction to
Computer-assisted Assessment (CAA)
Portland State University (Portland)
Assessment Techniques: Examples
Rochester Institute of Technology (Rochester, New York),
Teaching and Learning
Rollins College (Winter Park, Florida), Christian A. Johnson Institute for
University of South Australia (Adelaide, Australia),
Connection-Teaching Guide: Assessment: Using objective assessments (Word
University of South Florida (Tampa, Florida),
Centre for 21st
Centruy Teaching Excellence
University of Ulster (Ireland),
University of Warwick (England)
Vol2, No 3
Utah State University (Logan, Utah), College of Engineering,
Multiple Choice Questions that Demand Critical Thinking
University of Washington (Seattle, Washington),
in the Taxonomy of Educational Objectives
(Searching on the web, I also found somebody's personal bookmark file
listing our page, but, in the interests of her privacy, I decided not to
list it here).
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