Dear Faculty Members,

In order for students to be evaluated, you need to add the following UZEBIM online tools and process-oriented tools under each week/section/subject. Give multiple choice questions, projects and research assignments every week in parallel with the achievements you have stated in your course syllabus.

You can find the guides and videos of the vehicles below. Online tools will be added continuously so that you can create richer learning and assessment environments. 

Click here for the "Assessment and Evaluation Guide in Distance Education" prepared by the Measurement and Evaluation Coordinator.

Click here for the examples of forms for process-based assessment types.

Click here to learn how to get lists of students attending online classes.

Click here to learn how to backup course materials and download them as ZIP files.

UZEBİM Online Measurement and Evaluation Platforms

The quiz activity allows a teacher to create quizzes that include a variety of questions, including multiple choice, matching, short answer, and numerical.

By using your midterm exams together with Google Meet, you can take live exams, supervise over the webcam and record the exam. 

The homework activity module allows a teacher to communicate tasks, collect work, and provide grades and feedback.

The workshop activity module provides collection, review and peer review of students' work.

Process Oriented Online Measurement and Evaluation Platforms

Rubrics are scoring guidelines developed in order to evaluate student performance based on a set of criteria. You can create Scales that are given to a student when they are given a performance task and show how many points the student will get for what he / she does.

It is a web application that allows educators to give live homework to students. You can easily create quizzes with Formative.
Nearpod is a virtual classroom application. You can include notes, videos, questions, drawings, homework and tests on the subject you have covered in the lesson, where you can prepare interactive presentations.
Creating an ebook is a great way to check your students' learning process and what they have learned. Students need to use higher-order thinking skills to synthesize the information they have learned. Instead of repeating the information conveyed, students create an e-book using their original interactive materials.

From the Archive of Educational Technologies Coordinatorship is an online infographic website. 
Edpuzzle is one of the virtual classroom applications that can be used in flipped classroom applications. 
Quizizz is a web platform created to make the evaluation process we use or need in daily life, work or education fun and interesting.
Socrative is a tool where you can create tests on the internet and give students instant feedback by solving them with their smart phones or tablets.

You can find short definitions for different measurement tools and other tools in the following resources: