Open Conference Systems, INTERNATIONAL MULTIDISCIPLINARY CONFERENCE (IMC 2017) PROGRAM

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FINAL EXAM GENERATOR SYSTEM IN COMPLIANCE WITH BLOOM’S TAXONOMY
Mohammad Ashri Abu Hassan, Saliyah Kahar, Nahdatul Akma Ahmad, Hema Subramaniam

Last modified: 2017-01-02

Abstract


Final exam generator system compliance with bloom taxonomy is developed for the use of lecturer and admin staff of Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology, UNISEL. The main research is to to  develop  a system that will evaluate final exam  papers  which  comply with  the  bloom  taxonomy  using  Natural Language  Processing (NLP) technique (Sentence segmentation)  in  detecting  the  compliance  of  bloom  taxonomy usage at selected section of question paper. Beside that, a module to  make  sure  the final exam paper meet the standard format will be included in the system. The system will ease the lecturer in preparing their final Exam Papers comply with the standard format.


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