Announcing the 'The e-Assessment-Question 2011' Conference and Exhibition
London, 30th and 31st March 2011
Now in its ninth year, the e-Assessment Question is the key Conference and Exhibition examining the practical aspects of e-Assessment and Computer Based Testing and its use from the classroom to the workplace. The main theme for 2011 will be 'Assessment of learning, assessment for learning, assessment is learning' with a keynote address from Chris Jones Director-General City and Guilds and an impressive line-up of speakers. Other features of this year's conference include:
A session entitled "The role and importance of technology in assessing and supporting learners in the classroom and the workplace". This is a special eAA (e-Assessment Association) led session on Day One (pm) which will conclude with the 2011 AGM of the eAA. A keynote address from John Stone, CEO, LSN, will lead into a "Question Time" debate with leading e-Assessment experts.
A sub-theme looking at mobile assessment. This will culminate in a workshop (day two, pm) which will focus on using your mobile, pda, laptop, iphone, ipad, kindle etc. to access formative assessments, including a hands-on session led by Stuart Jones of Abel Consulting. We are indebted to them for the development of an e-Assessment APP for the conference.
An Exhibition of leading suppliers in the field of e-Assessment and the opportunity to meet and network with those selecting, developing and implementing e-Assessment in all its broad forms from the classroom to the workplace.
Booking may be made for either or both days of the event.
Chris Jones Director-General City & Guilds (keynote speaker)
Stephen Fahey, Learning Technologies Director, Pearson Education
Donald Clark, Independent Consultant, guest speaker at eAA AGM session (day one, pm)
Gavin Cooney, CEO, Learnosity
Patrick Craven, Principal Analyst, Cambridge Assessment
Stuart Jones, Abel Consulting
Andrew Morse, WJEC
Denis Saunders, Founder and CEO, Calibrand
John Stone, CEO, LSN, keynote speaker at eAA AGM session (day one, pm)
Julie Swan, Head of Regulatory Policy. OFQUAL
Ray Tooley, Independent Consultant,
Matt Wingfield, Director, TAG Developments
• Are you considering using computer based testing or using e-portfolios and other innovative tools?
• What are the implications for learners and teachers, as well as examiners and managers?
• Where are the issues in maintaining quality and fitness for purpose?
• How does innovation impact on reliability and validity?
• Are you concerned about the risks and costs?
• Do you want to see the latest developments or want to upgrade your current e-Assessment offering?
• Are you involved with e-marking, e-Assessment or e-portfolios for the first time and need to learn more?
• What is best practice in e-Assessment?
• Do you want to discuss the issues with colleagues and practitioners?
Booking may be made for either day or both days of the event. 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 two days
Conference Director, Assessment Tomorrow
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Visit the e-Assessment Question 2011 web site: www.e-assessment-question.co.uk for more conference information and for registration or see attached pdf for more details, costs and booking arrangements
Conference sponsored by BTL , CALIBRAND, DRS, SCHOLAR, ABEL Business Consulting and TAG LEARNING