Video-Based Skills Assessment Brief

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Video-based skills assessment solutions enable students to practice and demonstrate skills mastery in distance, hybrid, and experiential learning environments. Students video-record and share their performances with instructors and peers, who offer feedback through integrated comments and global assessment measures. Skills commonly captured through video-based skills assessment include soft skills, clinical communication, counseling and coaching, public speaking, language learning and interpretation, classroom teaching, performance arts—any skill that can be reasonably performed and recorded by students in their local environments.


  • Vendors in Focus: Bongo Learn, D2L, Digication, Edthena, GoReact, Sibme, Voicethread
  • Software Category in Focus: Academic Learning Management Systems, Discussion/Community Platforms, ePortfolio, Video-based Skills Assessment
  • Author: Laura Gogia, Research Director, Learning Technologies and Student Success, The Tambellini Group
  • Research Availability: November 2020

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