Keynote

Assessment Feedback Systems and Interactive Learning Environment

CIEVES 2014 International Conference on Learning Assessment in Higher Education: Training and Experiences | La Facultad de Educacion de la Universidad de Antioquia, Colombia | 5th November 2014

This presentation examines the role that e-assessment tools can play in promoting the assessment for learning agenda. It presents a number of cases of peer, self and computer assessments that display a range of characteristics proposed by Elliott (2008) for the next generation of assessment tasks.

Reference

Elliott, B. (2008). Assessment 2.0: Modernising assessment in the age of Web 2.0. Glasgow: Scottish Qualifications Authority. http://www.scribd.com/doc/461041/Assessment-20