Transforming Assessment Sessions at eAssessment Scotland 2014 Online Conference
In 2014 the online conference featured a series of e-Exams presentations in line with the conference theme "Final answer? The question of summative assessment".
Recordings are available for each session.
Each session recording can be viewed as YouTube video or a Blackboard Collaborate (v12.5) archive. Click each session title to view further details.
- Friday, 5 September (day conference):
Video recordings of the key note presentations are now available via the eAS main site:
- Key Note 1: Viewing Summative Assessment through Different Lenses Peter Reed, University of Liverpool
- Key Note 2: Using the Data from eAssessment Mark Glynn, Dublin City University
- Radio post-key note discussion recorded live at the day conference in Dundee.
Keynotes Peter Reed and Mark Glynn in conversation with Lynn Boyle and Mark Powers. Radio EduTalk is a regular series hosted by John Johnston and David Noble.
- Monday, 8 September - GMT 07:00:
BYOD on-campus e-exams at University of Tasmania (UTAS). Andrew Fluck, University of Tasmania, Australia.
Wednesday, 10 September - GMT 07:00:
Bring-your-own-laptop e-exam for a large class at NUS. Seow Teck Keong and Jeffery Tay, National University of Singapore.
Thursday, 11 September - GMT 07:00:
Large scale fully online BYOD final exams: Not your parents multiple choice. Rob Peregoodoff, University of British Columbia, Canada.
Friday, 12 September - GMT 07:00:
Finland's national matriculation exams goes electronic. Matti Lattu, Matriculation Examination Board, Finland.
Tuesday, 16 September - GMT 07:00:
eOSCE - robust real time electronic marking for clinical examinations. Sebastian Hunkeler and Dr Philippe Zimmermann, Institute of Medical Education, University of Berne, Switzerland.
Wednesday, 17 September - GMT 07:00:
Gamification of Clickers with BYOD. Paul Lam, Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Wednesday, 17 September - GMT 19:00:
Radio . Hoted by John Johnston and David Noble.
Conference follow-up with Mark Glynn and Peter Reed.
Thursday, 18 September - GMT 07:00:
Safe Exam Browser: A modular approach to secure and flexible online-exams. Daniel R. Schneider and Tobias Halbherr, Swiss federal Institute of Technology Zurich.
Friday, 19 September - GMT 07:00:
Ten Years of e-Exams at Freie Universitat Berlin: an Overview. Alexander Schulz & Nicolas Apostolopoulos, Free University Berlin, Germany.