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Report from the eAA Chair, AGM 2021

October 1st 2021

Report presented by Chair, Tim Burnett at the Annual General Meeting of the e-Assessment Association on 1 October 2021.

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The Current State of Multi-Modal Testing

April 6th 2021

PSI have created an infographic showing multi-modal testing in 2020.  Many organizations adopted multi-modal testing in response to COVID-19, giving us an unprecedented ability to examine meta trends across in-person testing and remote proctoring within multiple programs. You can now use this data, and time, to reconsider your organization's overall testing program and strategize best practices for the future. In this infographic, you will see: What multi-modal testing is and who...

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e-Assessment Association Annual Report 2020

December 7th 2020

Welcome to our Annual Report for 2020   Our priority throughout this year has been to communicate the positive contributions that technology makes to all forms of assessment: via our websites, our social media, direct membership reach and growth, as well as through lobbying, events and our Awards programme. Reflecting the increasing levels of activity and related turnover of the eAA as a result of running our own events and welcoming...

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Mitigating students’ anxiety when using online exam proctoring in HEI

January 10th 2019

Mitigating students' anxiety when using online exam proctoring in HEI Poster made available by ProctorExam, strategic partner in OP4RE (www.onlineproctoring.eu) at TEA Conference in Amsterdam, December 2018.

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A Lawful basis for online proctoring

January 8th 2019

A lawful basis for online proctoring, by Youssef Fouad, Arno Lodder, Jessica Hrudey & Silvester Draaijer PwC, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Poster made available by ProctorExam, strategic partner in OP4RE (www.onlineproctoring.eu) at TEA Conference in Amsterdam, December 2018.

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Regulating Technical Qualifications Consultation

November 27th 2018

Response from The e-Assessment Association In July 2018, The Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual) that regulates qualifications, examinations and assessments in England, launched a consultation on their approach to regulating Technical Qualifications. The consultation has now concluded and the full outcome can be found on the UK Government website. Click here to read the full report. Initially raised by individual members, the e-Assessment Association agreed that it was appropriate...

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