17 July 2019: Making technology enhancement effective: what works? (Assessment in Higher Education - post conference panel session)

Note: Due to a technical problem only slides are available. The session recording is not available. We may re-record the session at a later time.

This was a joint webinar organised with the Assessment in Higher Education conference secretariat.

Panel Chair - Prof Sally Jordan (Open university, UK)

This 1 hour session featured selected speakers from the Assessment in Higher Education conference (26 June 2019 Manchester, UK).

The session theme was "Making technology enhancement effective: what works?"

This webinar session took the form of a panel style review of some of the key messages from the AHE2019 conference. Each panel member contributed to the discussion with a short overview of their presentation from the conference followed by questions and discussion between the panel and the webinar participants related to the theme.

Panel Presenters:

  1. Mira Vogel (King's College London) on "Students and assessors in conversation about authentic multimodal assessment"
  2. Maria Rosaria Marsico (University of Exeter) on "Online tools to enhance students experience: assessment"

Further information

Session Recording

Note: Due to a technical problem the session recording is not available at this time. We may re-record the session at a later time.