Abstract—This study aims to develop a prototype of an electronic assessment tool to assist lecturers in evaluating students’ assignments via technology application platform. This paper documents the process of creating the prototype content and requirements that can easily evaluate students’ assignments. The research utilizes qualitative method by analyzing focus group discussions. The findings will be used as the foundation for generating the basic function and concept in the development of an e-assessment application called Operational Metric Assessment and Rubrics (OMAR). This prototype includes features such as an easy-to-use template to generate assignment rubrics, operationalized the metric calculation of students’ marks, an automatic generated feedback function and video capture or tapping features in assessing students’ presentation. Developing a prototype that can enhance the innovative use of technologies in assessment activity is a great breakthrough in the research world.
Index Terms—E-assessments, technology application prototype, innovative assessment technology.
The authors are with KDU University College, Malaysia (e-mail: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cite: Nurul Nisa Omar and Yi Jun Phung, "E-Assessment: Developing Technology Application Prototype for Easy Evaluation of Students’ Assignments," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 9, no. 4, pp. 268-273, 2019.