© Education y Psychology I+D+i and Editorial EOS (Spain). This article aims to give insight into the present situation of research in learning assessment in Higher Education. It is based on a study done by skimming through articles issued in prestigious periodical scientific publications. As a guide for the analysis of the content of the reviewed articles, three questions were taken into consideration: (i) What are the main problems related to learning assessment in the university that teachers and researchers are concerned about in the last decade?, (ii) How do they manifest in different university contexts? and (iii) What are the possible and pertinent solutions to improve learning assessment? The content analysis was based on the answers to these main questions. Information obtained from this analysis allowed us to make some inferences, perhaps of great interest, in respect to the problems that teachers and researchers are concerned about learning assessment in the last decade, how these problems are manifested in higher education institutions and the possible solutions suggested in the research works on the topic. Finally, an extensive, useful list of references is offered to all the teachers and researchers interested in the topic.
|Journal||Electronic Journal of Research in Educational Psychology|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Apr 2008|
- Higher education