A dropbox link with copies of presentations will be sent to all delegates on 227th March 2015. If you attended the conference and did not rcieve this link please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The 13th annual international conference on e-Assessment and computer supported assessment and qualifications, the e-Assessment Question Conference and Exhibition, was held on 25th and 26th March 2015 at the Americas Square Conference Centre in the City of London. The focus for the conference was Innovation.
Day One, 25th March 2015 focused on formative e-Assessment and assessment for learning of knowledge and skills in vocational and academic education and training. Day Two, 26th March 2015 focused on summative e-Assessment at the heart of formal high stakes qualifications and certification
Both days looked at the broad spectrum of innovative e-assessment from assessment for learning and formative assessment in the classroom and the workplace to high stakes qualifications to the use of technology to support and enhance assessment, qualifications and certification - developing robust, reliable and cost-effective solutions to support learners, teachers and institutions
Conference Goal: To examine how the tools, techniques and technologies of e-Assessment can respond to the challenges of the world we live in. Learners’ expectations are those of the digital age. From all sides the pressure is on to provide cost effective, robust and secure assessment for both learning and qualifications. At the same time, the tools and technologies are evolving. These two elements provide, for all those involved, opportunities and risks that must be balanced with innovation, invention and new thinking. It is that equation that the conference will examine.
Contact us if you want to discuss speaking opportunities at next years event or any or our events, or hear about one of the many attractive sponsorship packages on offer or wish to discuss e-Assessment projects and opportunities in general.
Assessment Tomorrow has been working in the field of e-Assessment and e-Learning since its formation in 2003. It manages, hosts and organises conferences, seminars, webinars, workshops and training events in the field of computer based assessment and learning. It also acts as an advisor and project manager to private and public sector organisations who are selecting, developing or implementing e-Assessment or e-learning solutions.
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