Tuesday, 10 January 2012

Fwd: ‘The impact of e-Assessment on Qualifications, Awarding and Certification’ 10th Annual e-Assessment Question conference and exhibition’ – Announcement.

The e-Assessment-Question 2012
Conference and Exhibition London, 21st and 22nd March 2012

Now in its tenth year, the e-Assessment Question is the key Conference and Exhibition examining the practical aspects of e-Assessment and Computer Based Assessment and its use from the classroom to the workplace.  The main theme for 2012 will be 'e-Assessment in support of qualifications, awarding and certification'.

Speakers this year include

Awarding Bodies such as AQA, ACCA, Cambridge Assessment, CITO, OCN London, UKAA

Innovators and Developers such as BTL, Calibrand, examsondemand, TELEVIC, WIRIS

Users from school and students themselves, university, a Youth Offender Unit and the eAA.

As the use of e-Assessment becomes increasingly widespread, we are seeing greater innovation in the use of these tools and technologies, in the breadth of assessment undertaken, in the range of item-types and qualifications and in innovatory tools and techniques available to deliver e-assessment. The challenge amidst all the innovation and development is how to maintain quality, reliability and validity and ensure fitness for purpose. The conference will provide an excellent opportunity to hear and see practical guidance and advice about e-assessment and e-assessment systems.

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.

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.

Jeff Ross
Director, Assessment Tomorrow
Email:  jeff@assessmenttomorrow.com
Telephone: +44 (0) 7785 92039

David Andrew,
Head of Academic Practice

The Learning Institute
Queen Mary, University of London

Mile End, London E1 4NS



 Book an appointment with me at http://doodle.com/DavidAndrew

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