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The Design Studio / Transforming Assessment and Feedback

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The JISC Assessment and Feedback programme has developed a site in Design Studio on 'existing and emergent work on assessment and feedback of significant interest'. The site includes links to resources and outputs from the Assessment and Feedback and other current JISC programmes. Themes covered include: 

 

- Assessment for learning
- Assessment management
- Authentic assessment
- Effectiveness and efficiency in assessment
- Assessment and employability
- Feedback and Feed forward
- Longitudinal and ipsative assessment
- Peer assessment and review
- Work-based learning and assessment

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Rowin’s Blog: The evaluation of assessment diaries and GradeMark at the University of Glamorgan

Rowin’s Blog: The evaluation of assessment diaries and GradeMark at the University of Glamorgan | e-Assessment in Further and Higher Education | Scoop.it

Another useful blog post by Rowin Young from JISC CETIS about an evaluation project at University of Glamorgan that is part of the JISC Assessment and Feedback Programme Strand B.

 

The project will evaluate variation of adoption of assessment diaries, which were introducted for scheduling and planning assessment, and to deal with assessment bunching. The use of GradeMark will also be reviewed regarding how it might address student dissatisfactions with feedback. The blog post covers some of the benefits the University has already identified through using the approaches and systems mentioned above.

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Potential benefits of mobile and wireless learning - JISC one page overview

JISC have created a one page overview of the potential benefits of mobile and wireless learning to support consideration of the uses / benefits to teaching, learning and assessment.
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Joan Walker's comment, August 8, 2011 7:11 AM
do I need to be logged in to my google account to view this Grainne?
grainnehamilton's comment, August 8, 2011 7:27 AM
Hi Joan, thanks for asking - and the answer is yes and no! If you are logged into a google account, you should be able to access the google doc but if not, you can access a HTML version (this does not display quite as well however). Select the plain HTML link.
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Are open badges the future for recognition of skills - CETISwiki

Article on the JISC CETIS wiki about a session at their 2012 conference on open badges by Doug Belshaw and Simon Grant. I've been liaising with Doug about open badges and really like the way he puts the concept across. Access presentations by Doug and Simon, as well as feedback on discussions by participants at the conference and other useful resources.

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Rowin’s Blog: Evaluating feedback for elearning: centralised tutors

Rowin’s Blog: Evaluating feedback for elearning: centralised tutors | e-Assessment in Further and Higher Education | Scoop.it

"Providing fast, focused feedback to a cohort of 200 busy professionals undertaking vocational distance learning with tuition provided by a diminishing number of tutors, a number of whom are part-time, is definitely a challenging undertaking, and one for which the TQFE-Tutor system at the University of Dundee provides an innovative centralised approach. The Evaluating Feedback for eLearning: Centralised Tutors (EFFECT) project, part of the JISC Assessment and Feedback programme Strand B, will be exploring the impact of this system and considering ways of further refining the process to maximise efficiency and student benefits."

 

This post provides an overview of a centralised tutor support system and apparent benefits, such as supporting independent learning, peer interaction, streamlining the assessment process and reducing administrative workloads.

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