British Council announced as the Headline Sponsor for the 2022 International e-Assessment Awards
We are delighted that the British Council are the headline sponsor for the 2022 International e-Assessment Awards.
The International e-Assessment Awards share and celebrate the many excellent projects demonstrating the value that technology brings to high quality assessment. Recognising excellence, these annual awards are an opportunity to showcase globally the very best practice, research and innovation in testing and assessment, where the use of technology has enabled transformation, improved outcomes and enhanced learning and teaching.
Paul Muir, Head of Technology Enabled Assessment at the British Council said, "The British Council are delighted to be the Headline Sponsor for the 2022 International e-Assessment Awards. These awards continue to be the premier e-Assessment awards and we are delighted to be playing our part in shining a spotlight on those achievements and spreading the word, worldwide, of this prestigious and influential programme.
"The last 12 months have continued to see periods of significant challenge for the assessment industry, but at the same time it has born a fast-moving, innovative, and ultimately successful response to those challenges. Now is the time to celebrate those achievements within our global assessment community, to share best practice with friends and colleagues and look forward to what opportunities (and I’m sure challenges!) the next 12 months will bring.
"I know from my role as Chair of one of the Judging Panels, the quality and breadth of submissions was better than ever and it was extremely difficult for our panels to select a shortlist, let alone the winners of each category."
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