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HeLF UK HE Research on Electronic Management of Assessment 2016

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HeLF UK HE Research on Electronic Management of Assessment 2016

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HeLF UK HE Research on Electronic Management of Assessment 2016

  1. 1. HELF UK HE RESEARCH ON ELECTRONIC MANAGEMENT OF ASSESSMENT 2016 DR BARBARA NEWLAND
  2. 2. AIMS OF SURVEY • the current situation regarding Electronic Management of Assessment (EMA) in UK HE • the change in developments since 2012 • the focus of and responsibilities for developments • the impact on Heads of eLearning
  3. 3. A network of senior staff in institutions engaged in promoting, supporting and developing technology enhanced learning Over 130 nominated Heads from UK Higher Education institutions A regular programme of well attended events Represents the interests of its members to various national bodies and agencies including the Higher Education Academy and JISC www.helf.ac.uk HEADS OF ELEARNING FORUM (HELF)
  4. 4. DEFINITIONS FOR THE SURVEY eSubmission – electronic submission of an assignment eMarking – electronic marking (including offline marking eg in Word) eFeedback – electronic feedback (ie text, audio, video but not hard copy) eReturn – electronic return of marks
  5. 5. The survey was available: • to HeLF members who were asked to respond with regard to their knowledge of their own institution • in May/June 2016 and took about 15 minutes to complete The questions were a mixture of closed multiple-choice/multiple-answer and multiple selection as well as open response type Participants were assured that all data collected in the survey would be held anonymously and securely No personal data was asked for or retained unless the participant indicated a willingness to be contacted in the future The results were analysed using quantitative and qualitative methods 53 responses from 138 HeLF members – 38% response rate METHODOLOGY
  6. 6. INSTITUTION WIDE POLICY 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 eSubmission eMarking eFeedback eReturn Yes No Don't know
  7. 7. RECOMMENDED SOFTWARE EFEEDBACK 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Turnitin stand- alone Turnitin integrated into VLE VLE Home-grown Other
  8. 8. COMMON PRACTICE 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 eSubmission as the only form of submission eSubmission and hard copy printed by student eSubmission and hard copy printed by department eSubmission and hard copy printed by individual academic eFeedback as the only form of feedback eFeedback and student can choose to print hard copy of feedback Hard copy is the only form of submission University wide Some department wide Individual academics Not applicable
  9. 9. INTEGRATED EMA APPROACH 0 5 10 15 20 25 Fully integrated EMA approach Assessment records automatically created in VLE from SRS Marks sent back from VLE to SRS Yes No Under development Under consideration
  10. 10. RESPONSIBILITIES 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 Academic Administrator System generated Don't know Creating eSubmission areas in VLE/Turnitin Creating columns for marks in the VLE if the assignment is not marked in Turnitin or the VLE
  11. 11. RANGE OF RESPONSIBILITY 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 Varies within department Department wide University wide Don't know Creating columns for marks in the VLE if the assignment is not marked in Turnitin or the VLE Creating eSubmission areas in VLE/Turnitin
  12. 12. ACADEMIC STAFF ATTITUDES 0 5 10 15 20 25 eMarking eFeedback Positive Negative Neutral Don't know
  13. 13. CENTRAL DASHBOARD 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 Assignment dates Grades Links to eFeedback Yes No Under development Under consideration
  14. 14. COMPARE GRADES WITHIN COHORT 70.6% 11.8% 17.6% Yes No Under development Under consideration
  15. 15. ESUBMISSION LARGE FILES 34.8% 50.0%30.4% 45.7% VLE VLE with media platform integration Stand alone media platform (e.g. Kaltura, Panopto) Offline (e.g. DVDs)
  16. 16. SUMMATIVE EXAMS REPLACED BY ONLINE EXAMS 26.5% 55.1% 18.4% Not at all One or two modules Department wide University wide
  17. 17. ONLINE EXAMS EQUIPMENT 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 Computer classroom Laptops in large room Mobile devices Using Considering Not using or considering
  18. 18. Dr Barbara Newland b.a.newland@brighton.ac.uk CONTACT DETAILS

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