Wednesday, 17 December 2014

FW: 13th annual international conference on e-Assessment and computer supported assessment and qualifications

The 13th annual international conference on e-Assessment and computer supported assessment and qualifications, the e-Assessment Question Conference and Exhibition, will be held on 25th and 26th March 2015.

The focus for the conference will be Innovation and the venue will once more be the America Square Conference Centre in the City of London

Day One, 25th March 2015 will focus on formative e-Assessment and assessment for learning of knowledge and skills in vocational and academic education.
Day Two, 26th March 2015 will focus on innovation and new ideas in summative e-Assessment at the heart of formal high stakes qualifications and certification.

Visit the website for more details, including booking:

Both days will look at the broad spectrum of innovative e-assessment from assessment for learning and formative assessment in the classroom and the workplace, to digital delivery of high stakes qualifications, to the use of technology to support and enhance assessment, qualifications and certification - developing robust, reliable and cost-effective solutions to support learners, teachers and institutions.

Speakers this year include representatives from Awarding Organisations, International Bodies, Professional Associations and Institutions, and systems and service providers

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, for both formative and summative assessment. 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 event.

Jeff , Assessment Tomorrow
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