Perspectives is a multimedia interview series moderated by Reid Cornwell, who talks with leading thinkers about creative uses of information technology tools to enhance the educational process. Each interview is accompanied by an extended reference list for readers who would like to know more. In this issue, Cornwell talks with Tony Gardner-Medwin about certainty-based marking, a computer-based assessment system that scores answers to objective questions based both on the correctness of the answer and on the student's assessment of his or her certainty that the answer is correct. Viewing Options View small-screen version. View large-screen version. Play MP3 file (audio only). To download, please right-click or control-click on the link. Technical Notes Perspectives is presented in Windows Media Player. In order to view the interview, you will need to have Windows Media Player 9 or later installed on your computer. Download a free version of Windows Media Player 11. Apple users may want to download Windows Media Components for Quicktime, a free plug-in that allow
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