This guide explains what Open Book Exams are and what students should do to prepare for them. It advises students on what they should do in order to prepare for […]
This guide explains what Open Book Exams are and why this type of assessment is used. Through a range of examples and question starters it aims to help academics use […]
This comprehensive guide is designed to help people move onto on-line teaching and assessment. It offers advise on making course materials more accessible and provides detailed information on alternative assessments.
This support guide provides a range of online teminal/ assessment options, requirements, set up and considerations. It also provides information from the National Forum regarding key considerations. A list of […]
This resource identifies a number of alternative assessment types. It looks at why these types of assessments are use, how to use them, the technologies that can be used to […]
This assessment toolkit was designed by the University of London International programmes to support the review of existing programmes and courses as well as the development of new ones. It […]
Assessment Toolkit II – Time constrained examinations University of London International Programmes Claire Gordon, Jane Hughes and Colleen McKenna (2017)
The second assessment toolkit explores time constrained examintions. It shows that within the parameters of the time constrained exminations, there are important assessment design choices to be made to ensure […]