I found this a useful article as it covers how the book discusses more than just assessment of learning but a variety of opportunities for assessment for learning. The article also provides links to a number of useful e-Assessment resources and tools.
Only recently I ran into the e-Assessment Handbook by Geoffrey Crisp of Continuum Books and the TransformingAssessment website which is an Australian Learning and Teaching Council Fellowship resource...
Latest presentation from the Transforming Assessment series of webinars, run by the University of Adelaide. This webinar is presented by Brynn Hibbert and Douglas Duffy (University of New South Wales, Australia) and Rosanne Quinnell (University of Sydney), who discuss using Open Source and Open Access Electronic Laboratory Notebooks (ELN) for web based collaborations in undergraduate science experiments. Enabling global scientific experiments and peer assessment, the webinar covers some challenges which include parity when assessing across international boundaries, benchmarking assessment practice across different Universities, assessments with no 'right' answer and privacy vs open access feedback.
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