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Open Embedded Assessments: Play, Author; Anywhere, Anytime

  1. 1. 1 Open Embedded Assessments: Play, Author; Anywhere, Anytime MIT, Atomic Jolt, Lumen Learning
  2. 2. Background on OEA  Concept generated during COSL, realized by MIT, Atomic Jolt and Lumen Learning  Goals of Open Embedded Assessments (OpenEd 2014)  Do for assessments and items, what’s been done for content (whole courses, lectures, videos)  Embed anywhere ✔  Share (don’t reinvent the wheel for every course)  Evaluate, record and track responses ✔ 2
  3. 3. Development History of OEA 3 Early Concept (circa 2008) MIT & Atomic Jolt Proof of Concept (2013- 2015) Public Demo (2014) Lumen Learning (2015+) MIT / CLIx (2016+) Atomic Assess- ments (2017) You? COSL Planting Seeds Atomic Jolt: Ball and Duffin Lumen: Wiley -> Mosbacker MIT: Muramatsu -> Merriman, Shaw and DeLong USDA, Public Domain
  4. 4. OEA Components  Player  Embedded in web page  For each question type  Might be a “generic” type but “custom” player based on project needs  Authoring  QTI (Canvas or Moodle export) -> OEA (import)  Native authoring  Repository / Question Bank  Data logging 4
  5. 5. Mini Case Study: About CLIx  Connected Learning Initiative scope and scale  Contemporary OER modules for Grade IX in math, science and English bringing active learning and digital tools to the classroom in India’s government (public) schools  ~460 schools in 4 states in India, goal of ~30,000 students in India  (Up to 2M assessments to be offered) 5
  6. 6. Mini Case Study: How is CLIx using OEA?  Players “embedded” for use in schools  In CLIx Platform (gStudio) loaded from local network server and accessed over local network  In Unplatform2 loaded locally on non-Internet- connected, non-networked computers in schools  Can gather usage logs and responses  Just starting to gather the data  Authored in the cloud 7
  7. 7. Mini Case Study: How is Lumen using OEA?  Helping students learn!  Types of quizzes taken: 2.6M  Module Pre-tests: 191,771  In-content Embeds: 284,717  Topic-level Self-check: 1,707,981  Summative Quizzes: 380,728 8
  8. 8. Mini Case Study: How is Atomic Jolt using OEA?  Atomic Assessments  LTI embed and grade write back into Canvas  (Developed players and authoring tools for MIT / CLIx) 9
  9. 9. Get OEA and Questions?  MIT / CLIx - kirky@mit.edu  https://github.com/CLIxIndia- Dev/OpenAssessmentsClient  Lumen Learning - bracken@lumenlearning.com  Atomic Jolt - justin.ball@atomicjolt.com  Atomic Assessments, customization and development  https://github.com/atomicjolt/open_assessments 10
  10. 10. THANKS! 11

Editor's Notes

  • Muramatsu, B. and Pinch, P. “The Best of Both Worlds: Transforming OpenCourseWare in the age of Interactivity.” Open Education Conference 2014.
  • Originally goal was 150K students, 1,000 schools -> would have been on order of 7M assessments
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