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Ensuring e-assessment process is inclusive
Dr Simon Ball
JISC TechDis Service
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Every year we administer the HEAT scheme where staff involved in HE (inc. HE in FE) can bid for technology to undercover or develop an aspect of inclusive practice – in teaching, assessment, staff development, careers services, libraries etc
One of the current projects (due to report May 2009) is at Roehampton University looking at Reasonable Adjustments in Assessment and how the possibilities balance against the barriers
Needed at every stage in the development of an e-assessment:
But how many of these would also be marked
correct by colleagues’ hand-marking?