the e-Assessment Association

2018: e-Assessment Awards - winners panel review webinar

This is a joint webinar organised with Transforming Assessment and the e-Assessment Association for the 2018 e-Assessment Awards.

Panel Chair: Patrick Craven, Vice Chair, e-Assessment Association, UK.

This 1 hour session will feature presentations from selected award winners from the 2018 e-Assessment Awards . The winners were announced 18 April 2018 at the gala dinner, London, UK.

This webinar session will take the form of a panel style review by selected awardees from eAAwards 2018. Each panel member will contribute to the discussion with a short overview of their innovation, project, product or program followed by questions and discussion between the panel and the webinar participants.

Panel Presenters:

Patrick Craven, e-Assessment Association, City & Guilds Group, will chair the panel and give an outline introduction to the Association and the international e-Assessment Awards programme.

  1. Gareth Hegarty, International Baccalaureate, “Delivering high stakes e-assessment at scale across four subject areas and a unique examination testing interdisciplinary skills”
  2. Captain John Lloyd, RD, MBA, FNI, The Nautical Institute, “Robust and repeatable e-assessment across 92 testing centres, in 30 countries, controlled from headquarters in London”
  3. Professor Graham Orpwood, Vretta Inc. “Personalized, interactive e-assessments in numeracy with immediate diagnostic feedback, developed in collaboration with colleges in Ontario, Canada”.

To register for this session please login (or create an account) then click the ‘register now’ button.

Sessions are hosted by Professor Geoffrey Crisp, PVC Education, University New South Wales and Dr Mathew Hillier, Monash University Office of Learning and Teaching, Monash University, Australia.

Please note all sessions are recorded and made public after the event.

 6 June 2018 07:00 AM   through   08:00 AM Coordinated Universal Time (UTC / GMT) : See your equivalent local time
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