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Web-supported assessment tools for evaluating inspectors, teachers and students’ performance represent the main point of interest in this research. “Teacher”, “student”, “inspector”, “supervisor”, “assessment”, “web-based”, and “web supported” were used as keywords in the research. Various databases, such as EBSCO, Science Direct and ULAKBIM were scanned and the retrieved articles were used for in-depth investigation for the purposes of this research. In order to ensure that the focus was on recent data, only articles published between 1999 and 2015 were considered for the analysis. The ‘Purposeful Sampling Technique’ was used to gather data from these databases, with the result that 101 published articles were reached from 24 magazines and 50 electronic journals. After studying the articles reached using the content analysis technique, the researchers of this article determined that the content could be classified into 13 categories: the “publication year”, “publication type”, “number of authors”, “academic position of the researcher”, “country where the research was conducted”, “researching/supporting university”, “application area in education”, “the way of stating the purpose of the study in the research”, “research model”, “the paradigm adopted”, “targeted audience composing the universe”, “data gathering tools used” and “research results”. All data gathered from the reached articles according to these 13 categories were then inputted into a database, which was analysed using the SPSS Statistics pack for specifying total numbers and percentages and comparing results regarding to certain variables, such as time.
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