Students’ Perceptions towards Online Assessment and its Relationship with their Motivation

Asif Iqbal, Muhammad Naveed Khalid, Farah Shafiq

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https://doi.org/10.30971/pjdol.v8i1.9

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Online assessment, students’ motivation, self-efficacy

Abstract

The modern era is the miracle of science and technology using information
and communication in every walk of life. ICT has become the basic need
of humanity. The current study explored the students’ perceptions of
online evaluation and assessment. In addition, it was intended to
investigate the relationship of different indicators of students’ perceptions
and motivation about online assessment. One hundred and thirty students
were randomly selected from the campus of Education University.
Descriptive and inferential statistics were applied for data analysis. The
self-developed questionnaire, Students' Perceptions of Online Assessment
and Motivation Survey [SPOAMS] were used. The results revealed that
there was a moderate and weak positive correlation among all indicators
of students’ perceptions when they experience it during an online
assessment. There was a moderate and strong positive correlation among
all indicators of students' motivation when they experience it during an
online assessment. A positive and strong relationship between students’
overall motivation and online assessment perceptions. It was suggested
that the online assessment system may be used as a parallel examination
system for students

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2022-12-29

How to Cite

(2022). Students’ Perceptions towards Online Assessment and its Relationship with their Motivation: Asif Iqbal, Muhammad Naveed Khalid, Farah Shafiq. PJDOL, 8(1). https://doi.org/10.30971/pjdol.v8i1.9

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