eAssessment Scotland conference – glad to post this for David

Dear colleagues

Hope all is well.  Please find below information about this years eAssessment Scotland conference.  Can I ask you to please circulate the information below among your colleagues at your respective institutions?

Many thanks,
David

eAssessment Scotland 2011: Keeping it Real – 26th August, Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee

eAssessment Scotland is the largest conference dedicated to exploring the benefits of technology-enhanced assessment practices in the UK. This year, eAssessment Scotland tackles the issue of ‘Authentic Assessment’ and whether we can improve the experience of learners by creating measures of skills and knowledge that more closely mirror what happens in the real world.  As in previous years, the event will bring together speakers from schools, colleges and universities to showcase innovation and best practice in the field.

The programme includes a variety of seminar options as well as hands-on workshops and also includes the annual Scottish e-Assessment Awards organised by the e-Assessment Association.

Keynote speakers for eAssessment Scotland 2011 are:

– Steve Wheeler (Professor of Learning Technology, University of
Plymouth)
– Becka Colley (Dean of Students, University of Bradford)
– Donald Clark (Board Member, Ufi Learndirect)
– Pamela Kato (Principal Investigator, University of Utrecht)

eAssessment Scotland 2011: Keeping it Real is the showpiece technology enhanced assessment event of the year and will be held at the Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee on Friday the 26th of August.
Registration is free!

Full programme information and registration at http://www.e-assessment-scotland.org

Follow us on Twitter: @eassessscotland #eas11

Dr David Walker
Library & Learning Centre
University of Dundee
DUNDEE

Tel: 44 (0) 1382 384819
Email: d.j.walker@dundee.ac.uk
Web: http://www.dundee.ac.uk/library/teaching
Twitter: @drdjwalker

e-Assessment Association: http://www.e-assessmentgroup.net/

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