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Service Manager Jason Miles-Campbell's presentation on the Law and e-Assessment from the RSC NorthWest Annual Event (22/06/2010).

Service Manager Jason Miles-Campbell's presentation on the Law and e-Assessment from the RSC NorthWest Annual Event (22/06/2010).

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JISC Legal Law and e-Assessment JISC Legal Law and e-Assessment Presentation Transcript

  • Don't Make aLegal Ass of Assessment
    PechaKucha Presentation @ 3.30pm
    RSC Northwest Annual Event 2010
    79
  • Hi!
    • Jason Miles-Campbell JISC Legal Service Manager
    • jason.miles-campbell@jisclegal.ac.uk
    • 0141 548 4939
    • www.jisclegal.ac.uk
  • Law and e-Assessment
    1. How do I deal withpersonal informationas part of theassessment process?
  • Data Protection & e-Assessment
    Make purpose clear
    Use only forstated purpose
  • Data Protection & e-Assessment
    Ensure appropriate security
    Ensure releasewith consent
  • Law and e-Assessment
    2. What If I want to use other people’s materials as part of the assessment?
  • Copyright & e-Assessment
    S.32(3) –good news!
    Limitations
  • Law and e-Assessment
    3. What happens if the technology doesn’t workor goes wrong?
  • Liability & e-Assessment
    General duty of care to avoid loss or damage
    What if? Risk?
    © Christophe Verdier CC BY-NC-ND www.flickr.com/photos/cverdier/4155331984/
  • Law and e-Assessment
    4. What happens if a student ‘hacks’ or cheats in a technology-based assessment?
  • e-Security & e-Assessment
    Invoke your policies
    Acceptable Use Policy
    Student Discipline Policy
  • e-Security & e-Assessment
    Computer Misuse Act 1990 – unauthorised access
    Fraud and deceptionoffences
  • Law and e-Assessment
    5. What should I do if I havea student with a disability who has difficultytaking theassessment?
  • Accessibility & e-Assessment
    Disability equality duty
    Reasonable adjustments
    Competencestandards
  • Law and e-Assessment
    6. What if the studentobjects to taking the technology-based assessment?
  • Opting Out & e-Assessment
    No right to object
    Contractual rights
    Right to stopauto processing
  • Law and e-Assessment
    7. Where can I get further information?
  • From JISC Legal
    Events
    Guidance
    Helpdesk
    Newsletter
  • From JISC Advance
    JISC TechDis – accessibility
    JISC Netskills – training
    JISC infoNet – strategy
    JISC Digital Media – image/sound
    JISC Procureweb – procurement
    JISCmail – discussion lists
    Your JISC Regional Support Centre!