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How Can We Move Towards Hybrid and Digital Form of Assessments

How Can We Move Towards Hybrid and Digital Form of Assessments

Our panel of specialist speakers delivered a timely session at The EdTech Summit, discussing the ways an education institution can successfully employ e-assessment. 

This session includes best practice tips and real-life examples and focuses on the following key points:

  • The disruption of traditional assessment caused by the lockdowns and the way forward
  • Why should an institution use e-assessment and how to implement it?
  • What are the pedagogical implications?
  • What data should be collected and stored, and how should it be used in the fairest way possible?

Chaired By:

  • Ian Myatt, Director of Insight, Channels & Educational Enterprise, University of Birmingham & Community Governor, Bishop Vesey's Grammar School

Session Speakers Include:

  • Lawrie Phipps, Senior Research Lead, Jisc 
  • Steve Dew, Headteacher, Church Cowley St James 
  • Emma Ball, Head of Learning Technologies, Open Access and Library Services, Solihull College & University Centre

If you enjoyed this video and would like to see more discussions with the industries key voices in EdTech, you can check the EdTech Summit Blog for more.


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