Online learning is continuing to be refined and is expanding so it is important for online learning professionals to be informed of and current with the latest developments in the delivery and assessment of online learning. This group is for online learning professionals who aspire to discuss and master the competencies necessary for exemplary performance and top customer service in a dynamic, rapidly changing higher education landscape.  Group members share best practices, ideas, thoughts, reflections, and resources to help colleagues across the globe improve performance.


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Issues When Using Rubrics | Origin: EL109 | New comment by Evelyn Biluk

Rubrics are key components of such assessment. The key components of assessment that enhances learning include clear criteria, frequent and informative feedback, and self-assessment opportunities....

Value Added Assessment | Origin: EL106 | New comment by Adam Epstein

Rubrics make tough assignments easier to understand for students and easier for instructor to evaluate more equally 

Objective and Subjective Assessment | Origin: EL106 | New comment by Adam Epstein

Rubrics are a must to grade equally. 

Diagnostic, Formative and Summative Assessment | Origin: EL106 | New comment by Adam Epstein

Formative assessments need to continue throughout course to ensure understanding of materials by the students and instructors

Technology Tools for Assessing Student Learning | Origin: EL106 | New comment by Adam Epstein

I did not know about the resources that allow the instructor to give verbal feedback and send back to students. I think this will help with the distance education and communication

Building and Testing the Rubric | Origin: EL109 | New comment by Darrin Hook

as with all things it seems, use the internet to research and adapt the knowledge you acquire.

Evaluating Rubrics | Origin: EL109 | New comment by Donald Hayes

Instructors should revise rubrics.  

Building and Testing the Rubric | Origin: EL109 | New comment by Donald Hayes

Content/coveragee informs the student what they need to be successful.  

Purposes and Roles of Rubrics | Origin: EL109 | New comment by Donald Hayes

Rubrics are not a 'one size fits all" for students or instructors.  

Technology Tools for Assessing Student Learning | Origin: EL106 | New comment by waseem khan

IT is essential to choose the right kind of tool and to know all its features to make instructor can use good use of it and students can easily access and perform their task in simple way and provide...