Educational institutions use technology for teaching and learning – but for assessing? Electronic exams have a great potential for enhancing competence-based, authentic exams. They also promise a more flexible and individual handling of assessments. But when it comes to digitalisation of exams, a lot of technical, security and efficiency aspects come up: Which devices to use, how to deal with online cheats, what to do with legal constraints. Besides that, a big variety of diagnostic and formative assessment formats enrich didactics and provide great possibilities for new teaching and learning models.
This event was organised by SWITCH.
© SWITCH / Illustration: Christoph Frei
About this event
|Begin||09.02.2017 - 09:00|
|End||10.02.2017 - 16:00|
|Location||Università della Svizzera italiana (USI)|
At the eduhub days 2017 we would like to showcase new e-assessment scenarios, discuss best practices with technology and share experiences with examination formats like e-portfolios and open collaborative settings.
Jürgen Handke from Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany and Geoffrey Crisp, from University of New South Wales, Australia will offer inspiring keynotes on and provide new inputs on e-assessment from outside of the Swiss academia.