the e-Assessment Association

Welcome to The e-Assessment Association

The e-Assessment Association (eAA) is a not-for-profit membership body with three major goals.

  1. To provide professional support and facilitate debate/ discussion for everyone involved in this field of expertise;
  2. To create and communicate the positive contributions that technology makes to all forms of assessment and;
  3. To develop statements of good practice for suppliers and consumers of e-Assessment technologies. 

The eAA builds awareness of the benefits that technology brings to assessment, particularly around delivering better learning and assessment, rather than just greater efficiency. 

The eAA also works to ensure that it has a strong voice and influence in the key policy debates involving the assessment of learning, training and competency.

 

Latest Blogs, Features and Updates

June 15 2021

Announcing the winners of the Most Innovative Use of Technology in Assessment and Best Transformational Project in the 2021 International e-Assessment Awards

The e-Assessment Association is delighted to announce the winners of the Most Innovative Use of Technology in Assessment and Best Transformational Project in the 2021 International e-Assessment Awards. This is the fifth year...

June 15 2021

Finalists brochure published for the Best Formative Assessment Project and Best Summative Assessment Project in the 2021 International e-Assessment Awards

The Finalists brochure for the Best Formative Assessment Project and Best Summative Assessment Project in the 2021 International e-Assessment Awards has been published. The e-Assessment Association's Awards programme holds a unique position, as it...

June 9 2021

Testing partnership between Pearson VUE and The Department of Health – Abu Dhabi (DoH) honoured by Gold Stevie Award

COVID-19 has accelerated the pace of digital transformation across many different industries. Organisations are continuing to adapt to new operating environments while adopting digital tools to not only improve their internal processes, but...