Bibliography
Previous Topic  

Bruner, J. (1974). Beyond the information given. London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd. 

Bull, J and Stephens, D. (1999). The use of Question Mark software for formative and summative assessment in two universities. Innovations in Education and Training International 36 (2) 128-136.

Dietel, R., Herman, J., Knuth, R. (1991). What Does Research Say About Assessment. 

Gibbs, G., Simpson, C. (2002). Retention Interim Report. 

Goldberg, M. (2000). Online T. Retrieved 8/8/03, from http://www.webct.com/OTL/ViewContent?contentID=2339239

James, R., McInnis, C., Devlin, M., & Committee, A. U. T. (2002). Assessing Learning in Australian Universities. Melbourne: Centre for the Study of Higher Education, University of Melbourne.

Martin, N. (2001). Web-based assessment. Testing Times. 1 (4) April 2001. 1-7

Stephens, D., Sargent, G., Brew, I. (1999). Comparison of Assessed Work Marking Software: Implications for the Ideal Integrated Marking Tool (IMT). 

Thomson, A. (2001). Growth is blamed for fall in standards. Times Higher Educational Supplement No.1486 

Wells, J. (2003). Assessment Management using Software. 2nd International Conference on Web-based Learning (ICWL 2003), Melbourne.

Wotjas, O.  (1998) Feedback? No, just give us the answers.  Times Higher Education Supplement, Sep 25 1998.