The eAssessment Association (eAA) presents:
Evidence based e-assessment: e-portfolio develop, deploy and review
Vocational, professional and education practitioners have made great strides in moving evidence based assessment into the electronic world.
Significant deployment projects in the last 3-5 years means that there is a wealth of experience and knowledge to be harvested.
The eAA offers this seminar as a unique opportunity to hear the latest e-Portfolio deployment case studies, listen to industry experts from HE, FE, awarding organisations and industry.
This focused, one-day event will give attendees insights, contemporary case studies and an opportunity to meet people who work on e-portfolio projects.
Matt Wingfield eAssessment Association & TAG Learning
Welcome and Introduction (10:00 am)
Alastair Pollitt Cambridge Exam Research
Development and application of Adaptive Comparative Judgement in education
Denis Saunders Calibrand
Delivering e-portfolio with summative e-assessment for awarding organisations
Kirstie Coolin Head of the Centre for International e-Portfolio Development
After the pilot: e-portfolios in Further Education
Judy Bloxham JISC RSC North West
Finding information and support to successfully introduce and implement an e-portfolio
John Winkley AlphaPlus Consultancy
Using e-Portfolio Tools to Submit an Application for Employment - an update
The Roundhouse at Derby College is across the street from Derby Railway Station via the Pride Park exit.
Accessible from Birmingham in 30 minutes and London in 90 minutes.
Derby is also easily accessible from East Midlands and Birmingham Airports.
Limited free parking will be available on request from the organisers.
The event will start at 10:00 am and conclude at 4:00pm on Monday September 30, 2013.
Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
Spaces are strictly limited - book online via Eventbrite.
Further details are at our website
When & Where
The eAA has three major goals:
- to provide professional support for workers in this field of expertise;
- create and communicate the positive contributions that technology makes to assessment
- and produce a statement of good practice for commercial organisations.
The eAA is a strong and independent professional body, whose voice influences developments in e-Assessment.
'The eAA campaigns for the widening of the effective use of e-Assessment in support of learning. The eAA will do this by encouraging individuals and organisations to make good use of e-Assessment, by explaining the issues to the public, and by influencing educational thinking and policy.'