RETURN HERE soon for details of the 2015 e-Assessment Question, where the rallying call will be
INNOVATE, INNOVATE, INNOVATE
25th and 26th March 2015 LONDON
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In March 2014, the 12th annual international conference on e-Assessment and computer supported assessment and qualifications, the e-Assessment Question Conference and Exhibition, was held on 26th and 27th March 2014 at the Americas Square Conference Centre in the City of London.
The focus for the conference was on assessing those skills that underpin learning generally many broader qualifications. They can form qualifications in their own right but skills, such as Numeracy and Literacy, Functional Skills, Basic Skills, STEM Skills and the like, and present their own challenges for e-Assessment
The education and training spotlight is clearly on skills underpinning a broader curriculum, and a wide range of training and development programmes The conference looked closely at how e-Assessment can support the numeracy, technology and literacy learning process through both formative and summative assessment, and in the delivery of a broad range of academic and vocational qualifications.
Contact us if you want to discuss speaking opportunities at next years event or any or our events, or hear about one of the many attractive sponsorship packages on offer or wish to discuss e-Assessment projects and opportunities in general.
Assessment Tomorrow has been working in the field of e-Assessment and e-Learning since its formation in 2003. It manages, hosts and organises conferences, seminars, webinars, workshops and training events in the field of computer based assessment and learning. It also acts as an advisor and project manager to private and public sector organisations who are selecting, developing or implementing e-Assessment or e-learning solutions.
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