ONLINE ASSESSMENT – HOW DOEST IT CHALLENGE IN HIGHER EDUCATION? A CASE STUDY
This paper aims to explore the challenging factors of online assessment practices that open up alternatives to higher education in Malaysia. Online assessment may come in conflict with assessment at polytechnics at a time when digital technology did not exist. This study analyzed, reviewed and explained each factor in detail from the different perspectives of previous literature. Due to a lack of knowledge, then this paper is one of the first to recognize and address conceptually the online assessment that leads to the sustainable learning of higher education in a single environment in a developing country. This research examined the daunting factors of online assessment activities that have led to Malaysia's sustainable higher education learning. The study results will shed some light on our understanding of online assessment practices. Besides, it provides researchers, the existing corpus of knowledge, and a promise to expand the research stream on online assessment practices. The empirical findings will suggest to online assessment practices to academician possible ways to obtain considerable potential for improving student learning that contributes to sustainable learning in Malaysia.