Category Archives: Electronic management of assessment

The journey of an assessment

Originally posted on Electronic Management of Assessment.

An assessment passes through many hands and even more systems on its way from setting to recording the final mark. Partially because it is so central to teaching and learning, it’s a process that seems unusually complex, and involving many touch points in its electronic form. We’ve sequenced the whole trajectory of a typical assessment … Read more

Online exams webinar recording now available

Originally posted on Electronic Management of Assessment.

The recording of our webinar ‘Online exams: migration or transformation’ run jointly between Jisc and EUNIS http://www.eunis.org/ is now available. Listen to the recording on our YouTube site https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MjMNanbMpMQ to hear the views of: Stuart Allan, who recently completed an MSc on the subject at the University of Edinburgh David Parmentier, Sogn og Fjordane University … Read more

Updated product comparisons

Originally posted on Electronic Management of Assessment.

It’s a couple of years now since we had a flurry of activity around people sharing and discussing product comparisons (search on product features/comparisons if you want to look at the archives). Since then we have published a set of supplier responses to the sector-wide specification (spring 2016) and this was updated in September 2016. As … Read more

Evaluating your readiness for electronic management of assessment: using our self assessment tool

Originally posted on Electronic Management of Assessment.

Following pilot testing by 12 institutions we are offering a wider range of people the opportunity to try out our self-assessment tool. The tool is still in beta version so we know there will be functionality you would like to see added. The tool has so far been tested with universities so we are particularly … Read more

Online exams: migration or transformation?

Originally posted on Electronic Management of Assessment.

Our latest blog post is a guest contribution by Stuart Allen who has just completed an MSc in Digital Education at the University of Edinburgh. Stuart has been undertaking research into online exams. This is a short reflection on his research and Stuart will be joining us for a webinar on the topic in September … Read more

New resources for FE and skills

Originally posted on Electronic Management of Assessment.

We’re pleased to announce the launch of a new guide on technology-enhanced assessment and feedback which has a focus on FE and skills. This new guide complements our existing suite of resources on technology in assessment and feedback, providing an up-to-date snapshot of practice across this diverse sector. The guide contains a rich variety of … Read more

Going Dutch: gain a European perspective at our workshop in Amsterdam

Originally posted on Electronic Management of Assessment.

Following our highly successful event in Dundee last year, Jisc is again working with European colleagues EUNIS and SURF to organise the next EUNIS e-Learning Task Force workshop on Friday 15th April, at the University of Amsterdam. The workshop will explore how universities are addressing aspects of the new European Commission framework (A European Framework for Digitally-Competent Educational … Read more

Supplier responses to UK HE EMA system requirements

Originally posted on Electronic Management of Assessment.

We are delighted that 15 suppliers have so far responded to the Jisc and UCISA invitation to complete our EMA system requirements template. The template was designed to clarify the core requirements of UK He providers. The responses will help universities and colleges better understand the ways in which particular systems can support their needs … Read more

Supplier responses to UK HE EMA system requirements

Originally posted on Electronic Management of Assessment.

We are delighted that 15 suppliers have so far responded to the Jisc and UCISA invitation to complete our EMA system requirements template. The template was designed to clarify the core requirements of UK He providers. The responses will help universities and colleges better understand the ways in which particular systems can support their needs … Read more