With apologies for cross posting.
The e-Assessment-Question 2013 “Using e-Assessment to cross borders
and boundaries - working internationally - working across disciplines - working imaginatively”.
Conference and Exhibition London, 20th and 21st March 2013
A panel of expert of Speakers has been announced for the 11th year of the e-Assessment Question, including:
Patrick Craven, Cambridge Assessment
Dr Tom Holland, MyKnowledgeMap
Prof. Phil John, Heriot Watt
Michael Kayser, digital spirit GmbH
John Kerr, UKAA
Martin Lowder, British Council
Martin Mackain-Bremner, AAT
Allan Perry, WJEC
Sue Martin, SAP
Che Osborne, Questionmark
Sue Orchard, COMMS Multilingual
Janet Ravensdale, NOCN
Martin Ripley, World Class Arena
Erwin van Schaffelaar, CITO
John Winkley – AlphaPlus Consultancy
With more speakers to be announced.
Day one will focus on the issues surrounding managing, organising and planning e-assessment to ensure robust and reliable assessment for qualifications and learning.
Day two will look at developing, selecting and delivering those e-assessment solutions to support the ambitions and aspirations of Awarding Organisations, learners and institutions.
Delegates may book for either day or for both days.
This is the key Conference and Exhibition examining the practical aspects of e-Assessment in all its forms and its use from the classroom to the workplace. The main theme for 2013 is “Using e-Assessment to cross borders and boundaries - working internationally - working across disciplines - working imaginatively”.
As the use of e-Assessment becomes increasingly widespread, we are seeing greater innovation in the
way these tools and technologies are used, in the breadth of assessment undertaken, in the range of
qualifications and in the innovatory tools and techniques available to deliver e-assessment. The
challenge amidst all the innovation and development is how to maintain quality, reliability and validity
and ensure fitness for purpose. The conference will provide an excellent opportunity to hear and see
practical guidance and advice about e-assessment and e-assessment systems.
Bookings may be made for either day or both days of the event, with a discount for Charities, Schools,
Colleges, Universities and those in the public sector.
We trust you or one of your colleagues will be able to join us for what will certainly prove to be an
invaluable and thought-provoking two days.
Director, Assessment Tomorrow
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