The Ohio State University — Perspectives on Creating Online GE Courses

September 22, 2014 Stephanie Totty

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As part of continued efforts to be on the forefront of innovation and educational technology the Psychology department at the Ohio State University is changing how it assesses students. A new iPad testing center has been created by the College of Arts and Sciences for using ExamSoft to deliver assessments to undergraduate students. Students participating in these courses will receive customized detailed feedback on their performance to help drive future performance and self directed learning.

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