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Learn about innovations in assessment at February event

20 December 2011

A one-day event exploring innovative assessment and feedback methods is to be held on February 23rd.

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Aimed at demonstrating the potential of assessment and feedback to engage and encourage students, ‘Innovations in assessment: the student learning experience’ will allow delegates to consider how to adapt assessment methods to their own fields and to discuss their ideas with colleagues.

The event will see speakers from across UCL talking about a wide range of topics, including:

  • Cross-discipline feedback dialogues to be used in the new BASc degree
  • Assessing scenario-based learning in healthcare
  • Developing numeracy skills in life sciences
  • Writing reviews in humanities and social sciences
  • Wikis for international literature
  • Assessing undergraduate research projects
  • Summative online assessment in dentistry

Innovations in assessment will be held in the Old Refectory and the Grant Museum of Zoology from 10am-4pm on February 23rd 2012. Attendance is free but places are limited. To register, email Rosalind Duhs at r.duhs@ucl.ac.uk.

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Innovations in assessment is part of a national seminar series sponsored by the Higher Education Academy (HEA).

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