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Learning from Digital Examinations - 26th April 2018

The Learning from Digital Examinations Conference took place on the 26th of April 2018, at Brunel University London.  The conference brought together 100 participants from UK and overseas Universities, all from a range of backgrounds.  The conference theme was to explore the potential of digital assessment to shape assessment practices.   

The key note presentations were from Dr Torben K Jensen, Aarhus University, who discussed the need to align digital assessment with learning objectives and Prof. Denise Whitelock, Open University, who shared innovative possibilities for the future of digital assessment. 

With contributions from 13 other speakers on topics including: administration and scaling digital exams; developing EMA workflows; and changing practice and culture, delegates came away having learnt many tips and cautions from each other and enthused with possibilities for the future. 

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Quotes from our delegates:

'Incredibly useful to inform our recommendations for digitizing exams, and it was really useful to hear from colleagues both in the UK and overseas about their experiences'

Quotes from our delegates:

'The most useful conference I have been to in a while'



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