Technological Resources in Student Assessment: Consequences as Experienced by Social Work Students
School of Social Work
College of Community and Public Service
To meet the assessment requirements of the 2008 EPAS, specifically the need to demonstrate student competence, our program requires a greater use of technology. This study examined the consequences as perceived by current social work students. Findings indicated benefits, but also desire for greater communication and participation in programmatic changes.
2012 Annual Baccalaurate Program Directors
Imungi, Muthoni and Mulder, Cray, "Technological Resources in Student Assessment: Consequences as Experienced by Social Work Students" (2011). Faculty Scholarly Dissemination Grants. 397.
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