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Volume 6 Issue 2
A Study on the Academic Quality Compliances for Online Based Examinations at Higher Education Institutions in Kuala Lumpur
|ANAND RAJ SUPRAMANIAM
|In the rapidly evolving landscape of higher education, the shift towards online-based examinations has become a prominent feature. This study aims to investigate the academic quality compliances associated with the implementation of online-based examinations in higher education institutions within Kuala Lumpur. The research is motivated by the growing reliance on technology in education and the need to ensure that online assessment methods meet established academic standards.
The study adopts a mixed-methods research design, combining quantitative surveys and qualitative interviews. A sample of higher education institutions in Kuala Lumpur will be selected to participate in the study, encompassing diverse academic disciplines and varying sizes of institutions. The quantitative phase involves administering surveys to students, faculty members, and administrators, focusing on their experiences, perceptions, and challenges related to online-based examinations. Concurrently, the qualitative phase includes in-depth interviews with key stakeholders to gain deeper insights into the nuances of compliance issues.
The research aims to identify the key academic quality compliances pertinent to online-based examinations, considering factors such as security, integrity, fairness, and reliability. Additionally, the study will explore the effectiveness of existing measures and strategies implemented by institutions to address these compliances. Findings from both the quantitative and qualitative analyses will be triangulated to provide a comprehensive understanding of the current state of academic quality compliances in online examinations.
The outcomes of this research will contribute valuable insights to higher education institutions, policymakers, and educational technologists. Recommendations for enhancing academic quality in online-based examinations will be proposed, taking into account the unique challenges and opportunities within the educational context of Kuala Lumpur. Ultimately, the study aims to inform the development of robust guidelines and best practices for ensuring the integrity and effectiveness of online-based examinations in higher education institutions.
|Online-based examination, proctored examination, Academic Quality Compliance, Education dishonesty, challenges in online-based examination, HEP, ODL.
|Sociology > Education
|Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024
|A Study on the Academic Quality Compliances for Online Based Examinations at Higher Education Institutions in Kuala Lumpur - ANAND RAJ SUPRAMANIAM - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i01.12588
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