Monday, 27 February 2017

FW: 15th e-Assessment Question ‘e-Assessment: commissioning, implementing and delivering’

15th e-Assessment Question 'e-Assessment: commissioning, implementing and delivering'
America Square Conference Centre, City of London 22nd and 23rd March 2017 in association with the e-Assessment Association 1st e-Assessment Awards Gala Dinner www.e-assessment-question.co.uk

The Programme for the 2017 e-Assessment Question Conference and Exhibition is announced

Day One, 22nd March 2017 - focus on designing, selecting and implementing e-Assessment from the classroom to the workplace (all sessions in Ludgate Room unless otherwise stated, exhibition, lunch and refreshments in Cornhill)

0930 The landscape for e–Assessment; policies, strategies and initiatives
Chair Denis Saunders, CEO and Founder, Calibrand
KEYNOTE - Bob Gomersall, Chairman, BTL
John Winkley/Gavin Busuttil-Reynaud, Alphaplus
Geoff Chapman, ecom scotland and Antony Quin, CEO, Well Control Forum (IWCF)
1050 Coffee break and opportunity to browse exhibition and network

1105 Showcasing the systems, services and latest developments breakout sessions
Calibrand (In Ludgate) "Trailblazer technology - the apprentice, you're hired"
Cirrus Assessment (in Walbrook) – details to be announced
Digital Assessment (in Aldgate/Bishopsgate)
'How to add value to formative assessment by using innovative developments in summative assessment'
Arcadia (in Fleet) – details to be announced

1235 Lunch

1340 The e-Assessment Association session on key issues in e-Assessment

1500 Tea break and opportunity to browse exhibition and network

1515 e-Assessment and learning: recording achievement Chair: Bob Gomersall
Rob Arnstsen, myknowledgemap and Dr. Robin Johnson, Manchester Met University 'Assessment using the new model of Degree Apprenticeships'
Susanna Lawson, Director, ONEFILE
Chris Kirk, MD, DigitalMe a part of the City & Guilds group plus guest co-presenter to be announced

1630 Closing remarks from chair

Evening - e-Assessment Awards Gala Dinner, at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, Tower of London

Day Two, 23rd March 2017 - focus on the management and delivery of robust and reliable e-Assessment from formative assessment to high stakes, summative qualifications (all sessions in Ludgate Room unless otherwise stated, exhibition, lunch and refreshments in Cornhill)

0930 The Expectations of Stakeholders Chaired by Colin Deal
KEYNOTE - Denis Saunders, CEO and Founder, Calibrand
Lisa Grey, Programme Manager, JISC
Runa McNamara, National/International Business Development Manager, VTCT ITEC
Matthew Poyiadgi, Vice President of Pearson VUE EMEA

1100 Coffee break and opportunity to browse exhibition and network

1115 Working across boundaries and borders Chaired by Colin Deal
Daniel Haven, Proctorexam and Prof. Amanda Jefferies, University of Hertfordshire
Teresa Jacobs, Head of Examinations and Professional Standards, IOD and Siobhan Ogilvy, Marketing Director, TESTREACH
Alistair Fryer-Bovil, Director of Marketing, PSI

1245 Lunch

1345 Delivery of computer based testing and portfolios in the real world
Chaired by Colin Deal
Murray Silver /Bernhard Waglechner, biz:examiner and Tejwant Chhatwal, UK Skills, 'Developing International Assessments'
Dmitri Adov, Director, Arcadia
Emma Richards, Proposals and Business Development Manager, BTL
Paul Ellison, Inspera

1515 Tea break and opportunity to browse exhibition and network

1530 The crystal ball session – what the future might bring! Chaired by Denis Saunders
Jeremy Carter, Cirrus Assessment
Martyn Roads, Assessment Tomorrow
Chair's closing remarks

The speakers will look at at the issues confronting the world of e-Assessment and examine how we can deliver robust, reliable and cost effective e-Assessment in world of

• Public scepticism,
• accreditation, regulation and range of governmental initiatives and policies,
• International and cross border working,
• e-proctoring,
• apprenticeships and EPA's,
• open badges,
• social media, and the expectations of digital natives
• BYOD,
• growth of e-portfolios,
• proliferation of question types
• the expectations of digital natives and rapid changes in technology.

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.

This year also marks the introduction by the e-Assessment Association of the first e-Assessment Awards which will be announced at a gala dinner to be held on the evening of the 22nd March 2017. Delegates to the conference can optionally book their place at the dinner when booking for the conference.

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 event .

Jeff Ross
Director, Assessment Tomorrow
+44 (0) 7785 920392
email : jeff@assessmenttomorrow.com for more details We would like to thank our sponsors

Arcadia http://softwarecountry.com/
Biz:examiner https://www.bizexaminer.com/ Calibrand http://www.calibrand.com/ Cirrus Assessment http://www.cirrusassessment.com/ DigitalAssess http://digitalassess.com/ eCom Scotland http://ecomscotland.com/ UK Skills www.uk-skills.com

For their support of this event

Visit the e-Assessment Question 2017 web site: www.e-assessment-question.co.uk to read more about the conference and for registration.
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