Journal / Book Title
i-Manager's Journal of Educational Technology
This article focuses on how an undergraduate program of an Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), an accredited business school, incorporates assessment on the use of information technology in a computer business course. To meet the new AACSB standards regarding assessment and adequately determine "if and what students are learning?" This article presents the technology learning goals, the associated learning objectives and the specific technology-related behaviors and actions that are assessed. In addition, specific examples of student assignments are presented as well as how these assignments are designed and assessed in relation to the learning objectives for the course is discussed.
MSU Digital Commons Citation
Hollister, Kimberly and Koppel, Nicole B., "Assessing Technology Skills in an Undergraduate Business Course" (2007). Department of Information Management and Business Analytics Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works. 8.
Hollister, Kimberly Killmer, and Nicole B. Koppel. "Assessing Technology Skills in an Undergraduate Business Course." i-Manager's Journal of Educational Technology 4, no. 1 (2007): 38.
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