Designing Online Assessment. Solutions that are Rigorous, Trusted, Flexible and Scalable.
The report is the outcome of a Special Interest Group (SIG) on Online Assessment, representing 17 EADTU member institutions. The mission of the group is to share members’ local expertise […]
Open Book Exams (OBE) – A guide for students
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 […]
A wiki (Wikipedia) is an online writing space that multiple contributors can share and edit. A student or group of students can use it to create and collaborate on a […]
Student are asked to create a poster on a particular topic. This can include text and grapghics on a single page to demonstrate understanding of a topic in a creative […]
Assessment of prartical skills developed through a module. Students are asked to perform tasks that demonstrate their skills, techniques and/or competencies whilst being observed.
Students are asked to give an oral/video presentation on a particular topic for a specified length of time and could also be asked to prepare associated slides and/or handouts. Can […]
This is a form of assessment where students are presented with a range of questions either formatively or summatively. A range of question types can be incorporated such as MCQ’s […]
Students produce a piece a piece of academic writing in a formal style consisting of an introduction, main body, and conclusion on a specified topic. This encourages students to think […]
An assessment in which students assume the roles of characters and develop a script and short demonstration to show understanding of topic/subject. This assessment type enables students to act out […]
Students are asked to reflect on their own pieces of work, learning and their level of skills using a module specific grading rubric. This encourages students to evaluate their work […]