Who has the crystal ball for moving forward with Digital Assessment?
Digital assessment is an evolving construct used in education to enrich, inform and complement the teaching process. Using automatic feedback however, has been under-utilised and under-valued throughout this process and further highlighted with the introduction of electronic teaching and assessments.
This presentation will discuss the issues raised by teachers and students in this arena. It will provide exemplars of how their concerns are currently being addressed by both researchers and software developers in order to support educator feedback to students. Finally, the issue of potential disrupters will be raised which moves us into the realm of crystal ball gazing.