e-Assessment in Further and Higher Education
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RSC e-Assessment: JISC RSC Scotland online course: e–Assessment for Learning

RSC e-Assessment: JISC RSC Scotland online course: e–Assessment for Learning | e-Assessment in Further and Higher Education | Scoop.it

My colleagues and I have re-developed our online course on e-Assessment. Called e-Assessment for Learning, it introduces a number of e-Assessment approaches, effective practice and emerging trends. The course takes place over 3 weeks and will make use of a number of online tools, as well as encouraging dialogue and collaboration.

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Supporting assessment for learning: training in inclusion from JISC Techdis

Supporting assessment for learning: training in inclusion from JISC Techdis | e-Assessment in Further and Higher Education | Scoop.it
Assessment for learning can be supported through embedding assessment within the curriculum. Given that a key consideration when developing the curriculum is to create a useable, accessible learning experience for all, inclusive practice should underpin the curriculum development. JISC Techdis has brought together a range of resources in one place to offer organisations the Accessible IT Practice Support Programme, which will help staff to think about how they can use technology in a more inclusive way and meet the needs of all learners.
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A short course on mLearning Design (#edumooc) | rjh.goingeast.ca

A short course on mLearning Design (#edumooc) | rjh.goingeast.ca | e-Assessment in Further and Higher Education | Scoop.it
This short course on mLearning Design can be taken on mobile devices and provides an introduction to mLearning design and best practice. I have tried it on an iPhone and iPad and the content displayed well. The course does not feature many interactive elements (apart from the opportunity to share reflections and view comments from others) and is designed to be undertaken as an individual (e.g. it does not encourage discussion / accessing social networks as specific learning tasks) but it does give quite a clear overview of how to get started with designing mLearning - and poses some reflective questions on each section. I'm including it here for anyone considering incorporating assessment within an mLearning context. Icon by http://dryicons.com.
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