Assessing with e-Ase

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Gallacher, Deeba ; Reid, Caroline ; Chapman, Alex ; Mimirinis, Mike ; Torrance, Nicky ; Ryder, Agi (2013)
  • Publisher: The Educational Development Unit, Middlesex University

The Educational Development Unit have produced a guide to assist academic staff in transforming assessment practices underpinned by technology. 'Assessing with e-Ase' highlights how technology combined with sound pedagogy has the potential to enhance the student experience of learning, teaching and assessment.\ud \ud Drawing on the experiences, knowledge and understanding of the e-assessment project at Middlesex University, it offers a consideration of contextual, procedural and logistical factors that may impact when using e-assessment practices. Key issues for consideration when developing and implementing e-assessment are included along with the part played by policy and strategy. Examples of departmental case studies, an outline of the support available to staff and links to resources that may provide useful additional information are also included.
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