Category Archives: Case Studies

EMA at Queen’s University Belfast

Originally posted on Electronic Management of Assessment.

Background and context Queen’s University Belfast (QUB) is a broad-based research-intensive institution with 20 Schools, 11 Institutes, 2 University Colleges and 8 Directorates. The student body is primarily full time undergraduates from Northern Ireland. This case study looks at work undertaken in the period 2011 to 2014 as part of the Jisc assessment and feedback […] Read more

EMA supporting effective feedback at the Institute of Education (now part of UCL)

Originally posted on Electronic Management of Assessment.

Background and context The Institute of Education (IOE) has a reputation as the UK’s premier institution for the education and training of teachers and for educational and social research. Each year over 1,000 graduates train as teachers at the IOE on PGCE courses and over 4,000 embark on higher degrees. Many students are working and […] Read more

EMA supporting assessment for learning at the University of Hertfordshire

Originally posted on Electronic Management of Assessment.

Background and context The University of Hertfordshire is a large HEI with a student community of over 27,000 including more than 2,800 international students from 85 different countries. The University prides itself on being student-focused with an established reputation for using technology to support excellence in learning, teaching and assessment. Participation in the Jisc assessment […] Read more

Technology supporting assessment and feedback at Keele

Originally posted on Electronic Management of Assessment.

Background and context From 2010 to 2011 Keele University was supported by the Jisc Building Capacity programme to undertake project STAF: technology supporting assessment and feedback. The University does not specifically use the term EMA but there was a general feeling that they were not making effective use of technology to support assessment and feedback […] Read more

TRansforming Assessment + Feedback For Institutional Change (TRAFFIC) at MMU

Originally posted on Electronic Management of Assessment.

Background and context Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) is the largest campus-based undergraduate university in the UK with a total student population of more than 37,000. The university offers over 1,000 courses and qualifications, the majority of which have a strong professional bias. In 2010 MMU set up the EQAL Programme: ‘Enhancing Quality and Assessment for […] Read more