adaptive comparative judgement, Purdue, undergraduate education
The authors are investigating potential applications of adaptive comparative judgment (ACJ) across numerous environments and learning scenarios within the Purdue Polytechnic Institute as part of Purdue’s efforts to transform the undergraduate learning experience. Six courses or program areas were selected for the study, involving a wide variation in subjects, subject matter, and assessment artifacts. The authors anticipate that positive results from these pilot studies will encourage broader and deeper applications of ACJ in the Purdue Polytechnic, across Purdue University, and in other academic institutions. Results from these scenarios will be disseminated in future conferences and scholarly journals.
Original Publication Citation
Bartholomew, S. R., Connolly, P. (2018). Adaptive Comparative Judgment for Polytechnic Transformation: Assessment across the Curriculum. The Engineering Design Graphics Journal, 82(2), 7-10
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Bartholomew, Scott R. and Connolly, P. E., "Adaptive Comparative Judgment for Polytechnic Transformation: Assessment across the Curriculum" (2018). Faculty Publications. 5555.
The Engineering Design Graphics Journal
Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology
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