The SIG e-Assessment lobbies for e-assessment and national funding programmes and acts as information hub between people and institutions. It helps to coordinate e-assessment activities between Swiss Higher Education Institutions and pools projects in e-assessment. In the 13th SIG e-Assessment workshop we will have an input by Alexander Schulz from Freie Universität Berlin, and a World Café lead by Stephan Winiker from Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts (HSLU).
|E-learning at University of Geneva
Pierre-Yves Burgi, UNIGE
|Reports from the SIG members
|Taking advantage of the e-assessment format: the long menu questions
Bernard Cerutti, UNIGE
|Digital examination spaces - 3rd generation
Alexander Schulz, FU Berlin
|SEB server demo
Daniel Schneider, ETHZ
Learner feedback online: a discussion on current developments and open issues
Stephan Winiker, HSLU
|SEB Consortium activities
Benjamin Eugster, ZHAW
|Summary and outlook
This event was organised by SWITCH.