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Scholars have shared their experiences teaching Apparel and Textile courses online (Shin, 2012 and Yurchisin, Chang, Cho, & Gupta, 2011); however, none have shared their experience in assessing student learning as demonstrated through 3D artifacts, such as those in apparel patternmaking courses. Thus, the purpose of this case study was to understand the requirements and limitations of assessing online apparel patternmaking in a manner comparable to the on-campus course.

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Nov 11th, 12:00 AM

Case Study: Assessing Student Learning in an Online Apparel Patternmaking Course

Scholars have shared their experiences teaching Apparel and Textile courses online (Shin, 2012 and Yurchisin, Chang, Cho, & Gupta, 2011); however, none have shared their experience in assessing student learning as demonstrated through 3D artifacts, such as those in apparel patternmaking courses. Thus, the purpose of this case study was to understand the requirements and limitations of assessing online apparel patternmaking in a manner comparable to the on-campus course.

 

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