Dr Mathew Hillier, Monash Education Academy, Monash University, Australia and Professor Geoffrey Crisp, PVC-Education, University of New South Wales, Australia will be hosting a series of webinars over the coming months focusing on transforming assessment with topics such as digital literacy, written and audio feedback and blended simulation-based learning. Take a look at the further details below.
4 April 2018: Shades of meaning: nuance in written and audio feedback
2 May 2018: Risk aware: enhancing students’ clinical competence in risky environments through blended simulation-based learning
6 June 2018: e-Assessment Awards – winners panel review (eAssessment Association UK)
11 July 2018: Transforming Feedback (Assessment in Higher Education conference 2018 panel review)
1 August 2018: Unlocking the code to digital literacy – implications for learning and assessment
5 September 2018: Virtual work integrated learning in engineering
3 October 2018: *TBC*
7 November 2018: Mindful assessment design (Higher Education Academy)
All sessions are made available at no cost to speakers or participants. Sessions are recorded and published online following the live event.
Further details and session registration at http://TransformingAssessment.com