the e-Assessment Association


Unconscious Bias with Femi Otitoju

February 22 2018

The Publishers Association is hosting an afternoon workshop led by expert Femi Otitoju, Training Director of Challenge Consultancy, to provide publishers with the knowledge and skills they need to minimise the impact of unconscious bias on the way they make decisions. This workshop uses real-life examples and interactive exercises to...

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OTTAWA 2018 & ICME 2018

March 10 2018

The assessment of competence in medicine and the healthcare professions, bringing together both experts and those new to the area. The 18th Ottawa Conference will bring together a range of keynote speakers to challenge thinking, symposia for debate and discussion, oral and poster presentations to share and test out ideas, and pre-conference activities and conference workshops to...

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‘A Quantum Leap’: Crowd sourcing assessment

March 19 2018

A free seminar from Cambridge Assessment Network with Professor Simon Peyton Jones FRS Principal Researcher, Microsoft Research Limited, Microsoft UK For more details and to book Cambridge Assessment Network is part of Cambridge Assessment, Europe’s largest assessment agency and a department of the University of Cambridge.

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"ePortfolios & More" Seminar

May 23 2018

The Developing Role of ePortfolios within the Digital Landscape A Collaborative International Seminar  Hosted by Dublin City University and facilitated by AAEEBL (the Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning) and the CRA (the Centre for Recording Achievement), this second collaborative international seminar will focus upon the contributions ePortfolio technologies...

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AHE Conference 2018

June 28 2018

Transforming Feedback: Research and Development Conference 2018 Feedback is a challenging aspect of Higher Education academic practice. Despite considerable efforts across the sector to enhance the effectiveness of feedback and address student concerns, successive National Student Surveys continue to highlight assessment and feedback issues.  At the same time, considerable advances have been...

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