Share Paper: Autonomic Assessments: An E-Learning Model

  1. Joseph M Woodside, Stetson University, United States
  2. William Sause, Stetson University, United States
  3. Shahram Amiri, Stetson University, United States

Abstract: The Problem: Given the significant e-learning growth over the next decade, autonomic assessments are required to gain efficiencies and allow greater focus on learning. While capabilities are increasing there are still a number of challenges and limited application framework for utilizing autonomic assessments within an e-learning environment. What Was Done: This poster paper develops an application framework for autonomic assessments in the context of an overall learning environment, where e-learning applications are anticipated to grow at an increasing rate over the next decade. Why this Work is Important: E-learning entities and platforms have been under increased pressure due to critics ...