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Common educational web-based assessment systems are facing two challenges in development: insufficient variety of question types and integration of media formats, as past literature stated. Especially in the field of science and living technology, multimedia-based assessment can more precisely and efficiently exhibit the core spirit of science and technology evaluation, and can avoid miscomprehension caused by simple text. Thus, this study tried to design and build up a web-based multimedia assessment authoring system featuring customized and easy to use templates – containing several question types and supporting a variety of media – to simplify and streamline the creation process. Therefore, instructors are able to create and manage a web-based assessment with pre-customized templates and media formats after lecturing; students are able to take the exam for self-evaluation and practice whenever learning activities are finished. This system was innovated and implemented through System Development Life Cycle (SDLC), and a Template-based Multimedia Assessment Authoring (TMA2) system was therefore formed, highlighting the multiple module function as well as the integration of various media types. Internal and external evaluations were conducted later on via experts’ comments. Survey results indicated that most of the experts unanimously held positive attitudes toward the system, and so were the instructors who actually implemented it in their lectures. With respect to students’ learning results, statistical data gained from quasi-experimental design and covariance analysis showed the experimental group with TMA2 support was more likely to achieve higher scores than the one without it; meanwhile, statistical significances were exerted, too. This result implies that with TMA2 support, learners will gain better comprehensive ability due to complete illustration of test through various media element, and will honestly evaluate learners’ cognitions. Finally, the author proposed further research implications and directions on this emerging topic.
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