Testing for computer literacy requires extensive administration and controls. The purpose of this research was to investigate the use of computerized, projected quizzes in which students' performances (correct/minute) were measured. part of these performance quizzes, a series of 16 screens with 48 matching questions were shown for one minute per screen to 64 students. Six weeks later, an improved series of 20 screens with 60 matching questions were shown to 61 students. Last, these two quizzes were compared with a final power quiz with 90 matching questions that was printed on paper. The results showed that students did as well on the second projected, performance quiz as the paper, power quiz: The difference in performance of the genders was unexpected.
"Performance testing with presentation graphics,"
Journal of International Information Management: Vol. 5
, Article 3.
Available at: http://scholarworks.lib.csusb.edu/jiim/vol5/iss2/3