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The Higher Education Academy Evidence Based Practice Seminar Series 2010


The Assessment team at the Higher Education Academy would like to invite you to participate in the Evidence Based Practice Seminar Series 2010.


The following free seminars are taking place in May:


·         Use of Technology to Support Innovative Assessment Techniques http://www.heacademy/events/detail/2010/jointevents/05_May_Technology_enabled_innovation_in_assessment_and_feedback

Oxford Brookes University, 5 May


·         Enhancing student engagement with feedback (repeat)

Sheffield Hallam University, 14 May


·         Embedding feedback and feedforward through curriculum design

University of Sheffield, 17 May


·         Improving Assessment and Feedback in a Technology-Enhance Teaching and Learning Environment: Theory and Practice

Kingston University (with De Montfort University), 19 May


·         e-Assessment for Learning: Case Studies and Best Practice

University of Bradford, 19 May


For more information about the Evidence Based Practice Seminar Series, follow this link:


The Academy Assessment Team would also like to invite you to the free Assessment SIG meeting taking place on 21 May and focusing on Assessment and the First Year Experience. For further details and to book follow this link:


The Assessment Team,

The Higher Education Academy

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