Annotated Bibliography of Online Assessment


When students create with H5P, they gain these valuable benefits while they demonstrate their learning toward course outcomes. By enabling information chunking in stackable and expandable lists, Accordion gives students a presentation option for their research and knowledge in such projects as
• question-and-answer (e.g. FAQ) lists,
• short reports in subtitled sections, or
• line-by-line poetry or other textual analysis.
Our example here is a 15-article annotated bibliography submitted in a doctoral-level course in educational research. One limitation included the inability to italicize the journal titles and volumes in panel titles. 

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