Transforming Assessment is about exploring the use of information and communications technology to enhance the assessment of student learning in higher education (e-assessment).
News! Transforming Assessment has joined forces with the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE) as an e-Assessment Special Interest Group (SIG); new activities coming soon.
Transforming Assessment Webinars
Update! The 2015 series now live - see the upcoming sessions now!
- Schedule and session details - further sessions will be added as they are confirmed.
- How to participate in sessions
- Technical help & FAQs for webinars
- Recordings of past events from 2010 to 2014 are available in multiple formats.
eAssessment Scotland & Transforming Assessment join online conference
Professor Geoffrey Crisp's ALTC Fellowship (2009-2011)
Things to do on our site...
- Participate in events: keep up to date on our Web seminars.
- View e-Assessment Exemplars: explore the assessment examples utilising a range of web 2.0 and virtual world technologies. You will also find a collection of presentations and other documents relating to e-assessment. An Zotero database containing a citations relating to e-assessment is also available.
- Explore technologies: see some of the tools and systems that are behind many of the web 2.0 learning environments currently being developed such as Moodle, Mahara, Media Wiki, iPeer, SBLi, WordPress, OpenSim and Second Life.
- Join social media: join our groups on Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter and YouTube. Read news related to e-assessment. See some examples integrating e-assessments into social media such as blogs, wiki and social networking systems.
- Read about the background, view project reports and outcomes documentation.
- Contact us: How to contact us to participate, provide further examples, find out where we are located and details of the project team members. Let us know how you would like to be involved and register for updates.
Our work on Transforming Assessment was supported by the Office for Learning and Teaching (Australian Government) through an Extension Grant 2013-2014.
Previously, funding was provided by the Australian Learning and Teaching Council Ltd, an initiative of the Australian Government Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations in the form of ProfessorGeoffrey Crisp's Fellowship (2009-2011). From 2012 to 2013 we continued with in-kind support from RMIT University and the University of Queensland.
The views expressed in the Fellowship, this website and our webinar sessions do not necessarily reflect the views of the Office for Learning and Teaching or the sponsoring institutions.