Summative Assessment 
Summative assessment is assessment to determine a student s overall level of performance on 
the course: questions and assignments, the grades or scores of which are used in determining 
the student s course result. The interviews included a number of statements about this: 
   <132> The assessment is done by official examinations provided by the Universities 
involved. It is a question of administration and French Law. 
   <30> The course ends by an extensive written assignment, which constitutes the formal 
exam and final assessment. This assignment is assessed by external censors and graded 
according to the ordinal grade scales at the university. Process evaluation is normally done 
in the form of discussions and feedback during the videoconferences, both as 
system/course evaluation and feedback on student achievements. 
   <34> The students have to write papers to be evaluated after the courses. These papers are 
written in groups of 3 4 students, and after course completion they submit the papers in 
order to get the credit for the course. These papers are evaluated. 
   <62> There is a 6 hours written exam, which must be taken in Trondheim   no 
decentralized solutions. (The NITOL courses organize to some extent decentralized 
exams). It might differ, e.g. the last course included an oral exam. The student must also 
complete mandatory project work. Exam results plus project work counts in the final 
grade. 
   <64> All courses are assessed through tutor marked assignments during the whole course. 
Marking is for process evaluation and feedback. There are formal exams in all courses. 
For final grading only the formal exams count. 
   <86> All courses are assessed through tutor marked assignments during the whole course. 
Marking is for process evaluation and feedback. There are formal exams in all courses. 
For final grading both the assignments and the formal exams count.  
   <87> All courses are assessed through tutor marked assignments during the whole course. 
Marking is for process evaluation and feedback. There are formal exams in all courses. 
For final grading the formal exams counts for the main part, but during the course students 
are assessed by various methods as  home experiments . In some courses we apply some 
form of project, where the student is assessed by this work and not by a final grading.  
   <83> CEPADE students are assessed by self control texts, by trainers (TMA) and local 
examinations. The examinations are in person, meaning that the student must go to the 
nearest associated center or embassy and in the presence of the evaluators give a seminar 
or do a examination or present a paper. 
   <80> The assessment is made by examinations which are in person, meaning that the 
student must go to the nearest associated center or embassy and in the presence of the 
evaluators do an examination. 
   <111> Students are assigned to tutors who animate the discussions and mark assignments. 
Each course also has a final examination. As yet, this is not Web based. 
   <13> Assessments are largely based on the traditional examinations keeping in mind the 
tutorials, frequent SAQs and visits by lecturers. 
Formative Assessment 
Formative assessment is assessment as part of teaching: questions and assignments set to help 
the student learn effectively, but not used to determine the student s course results. While 
summative assessment of online courses seem to be very traditional and often has a face to 
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