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The Pedagogical Impact of Online Assessment

Moving educational assessment from paper to online is much more than a digitisation project. It is an opportunity to transform the relationship between educators and test-takers. 
With digital assessment, you can deepen the evaluation of knowledge and skills, continuously improve the quality of delivered courses, and make the exams more relevant to your test-takers.

Join Damion Young, Learning Technologist at University of Oxford, Magnus Widqvist, Administrator at Uppsala University, and Niels Goet, Tech Lead for Automated Test Construction at Inspera, for a fika break - a Scandinavian social coffee break.

We will discuss their lessons learned about the pedagogical impact of e-assessment.

Who should attend?

  • Academics teaching in higher education
  • Learning Technologists and Psychometricians
  • Course Directors
  • Examinations Administrators
  • Learning Design professionals

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Damion Young
Learning Technologist
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Magnus Widqvist
Administrator
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Niels Goet
Data Scientist
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Anja Sisarica
Strategic Relations Manager
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October 20, 2020

Tuesday

9AM (ET)
2PM (BST)
3PM (CEST)

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Why participate?

In this virtual meet-up, among other things, you will learn:

  • What are the differences between assessment of learning, and for learning?
  • Is the pedagogical impact dependent on the subject matter?
  • What do the buzzwords “learning analytics”, “item bank”, “adaptive learning” and “authentic assessment” really mean?

How to participate?

  • Send your questions in advance on Twitter or LinkedIn using #InsperaCoffee;
  • Join the live Q&A on the day;
  • Share your thoughts on the topic or propose other topics or speakers for Q&A Coffee Breaks with Inspera using #InsperaCoffee or writing to us directly at anja.sisarica@inspera.com

About The Panellists

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Damion Young
Head, Medical Sciences Division Learning Technologies, University of Oxford

Damion leads Medical Sciences Division Learning Technologies team and is responsible for planning, design, development and management of, largely web-based, technologies for the delivery and administration of teaching, learning and assessment within the Medical Sciences Division.

Damion works closely with central and MSD IT Services and represents learning technologies on the Divisional IT Committee.

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Magnus Widqvist
Administrator, Uppsala University

Magnus Widqvist has a past in the graphic industries where he worked first as a user and later as instructor for Diadem and ICG high end systems for computerised layout and design.

Since 2011 he works at Uppsala University as exams coordinator. Beginning in 2016 the main focus has been digital exams. For the past 18 months he has been holding courses for users at UU, as well as doing first line support. In these roles he has been a main sounding board for both teachers, administrators, and other faculty staff taking their first steps onto the digital exams arena.

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Niels Goet
Tech Lead for Automated Test Construction, Inspera Assessment

Dr. Niels Goet joined Inspera in January 2018, and is a data scientist at Inspera Assessment's R&D team. As Tech Lead for Automated Test Construction, his main focus has been on learning analytics and adaptive testing.

Niels holds a D.Phil. in Politics from Oxford University, and remains involved in politics research in his spare time. His professional interests include psychometrics, computational text analysis, and machine learning.

Anja Sisarica
Anja Sisarica
Strategic Relations Manager, Inspera Assessment

Anja Sisarica joined Inspera as User Research and Product Strategy consultant in 2017.

With background in Computer Science, Anja holds a Ph.D. from City, University of London (2015) in Creativity Science and Human-Computer Interaction Design. Her professional interests also include: service design; design thinking; innovation management; game-based learning; requirements engineering; and creativity applications in business and education technology. 

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This webinar will be recorded and you’ll receive a copy after the event.