Secure, reliable and effective institution-wide e-assessment: paving the way for new technologies
conference contributionposted on 08.05.2009, 13:10 authored by John Dermo, Sara Eyre
This short paper addresses a number of the key themes of the 12th International CAA conference with particular regard to evaluation, innovation and strategic developments. It is based on the current findings and experiences from two interrelated CAA projects underway at the University of Bradford: “Embedded support processes for e-Assessment” and “Integrating thin client systems and smart card technology to provide flexible, accessible and secure e-Assessment”. These two projects, along with specific aims in the University’s Learning, Teaching and Assessment Strategy and other projects conducted as part the institution’s e-Strategy, aim to establish an effective and efficient system for online summative and formative assessment at the University of Bradford that will meet the needs of a Higher Education Institution in the 21st century. This is very much a work in progress, and it is hoped that this work will be written up as a long paper for a future CAA conference.
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