The Chronicle of Higher Education article
This article, by Mary Ellen Weimer, discusses — What multiple-choice testing has going for it; Potential benefits of multiple-choice test questions when done right; and What’s problematic about multiple-choice testing.
a series of webinars to help readers connect with authors—Joan Middendorf, Linda Nilson, and Saundra McGuire
Article includes a screenshot of what students see when entering the SRTE site.
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