Journal / Book Title
Journal of Educational Technology
The research aims to examine whether there is a difference in undergraduate student performance on skill-based exams in an introductory computer literacy course at a state comprehensive university when exams are administered in-class vs. online. Two samples, each consisting of approximately 107 students, are considered for this study. A comparison of exam scores will be used to identify differences in exam performance between the two groups.
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MSU Digital Commons Citation
Hollister, Kimberly, "Proctored vs. Un-Proctored Exams in a Hybrid Course: A Brief Comparison of Student Results" (2007). Department of Information Management and Business Analytics Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works. 9.
Hollister, Kimberly Killmer. "Proctored vs. Un-Proctored Exams in a Hybrid Course: A Brief Comparison of Student Results." Journal of Educational Technology 4, no. 2 (2007): 63-68.
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