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This session will focus on two projects at UCS around exploring how the mobility of the student and/or the member of staff can enhance various parts of the e-assessment process. The two projects will look at how e-assessment is being made more efficient and enhanced through an appropriate use of technology.
The first involves implementing a location aware e-assessment engine (objective testing) based around the use of QR Codes to enable students to submit their answers. The system includes instant formative feedback loops and stores the results for developing learning activities.
The second example is based on current pilot study into staff using iPads to enhance the formative feedback process. This uses the iAnnotate and ShowMe applications to enable staff through removing barriers to annotate student work, and provide more effective and efficient individual and generic feedback.
Presentation by Andy Ramsden