• Conference Object  Open Access

      Making summative online assessmenmt more secure: investigating time, content, and question type 

      Hench, Thomas Lee (University of Cyprus, 2010)
      To date, online assessment has been widely used in the formative capacity, wherein the results of the assessment are not graded and the assessment may be retaken a specified number of times. In this capacity, formative ...
    • Conference Object  Open Access

      A model for combining computer-based distance learning with in-class instruction 

      Hench, Thomas Lee (Department of Educational Sciences, University of Cyprus, 2003)
      The use of computer-based distance learning has grown rapidly in recent years and, for those students who find their learning style suited for online study, these courses have provided a flexible option for the completion ...
    • Conference Object  Open Access

      Online versus proctored testing: how do they compare? 

      Hench, Thomas Lee (University of Zilina, 2005)
      A major challenge in offering a successful online course is the deciding upon the method by which students are tested; namely either online tests or proctored tests in classrooms or specialized learning centers. When faced ...
    • Conference Object  Open Access

      The Physics Assessment and Study Site – An online means to assessing and maintaining course prerequisites 

      Hench, Thomas Lee (Pedagogical Faculty of University of Ostrava, 2001)
      A common and obvious goal of education is student success in a selected course. From an instructional standpoint, two important factors in determining this success. Firstly, whether the student possesses the appropriate ...
    • Conference Object  Open Access

      Towards a model for evaluating stduent learning via e-assessement 

      Hench, Thomas Lee; Whitelock, Denise (University of Cyprus, 2010)
      The need for practical tools to assess student learning at the course level is becoming a more pressing goal for all academic institutions. This situation arises because learning assessment tools which monitor both student ...