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A Cross-Institutional Approach to Assessment Redesign: Embedding Work-Integrated Assessments within the Curriculum
Elisabeth Dunne, Richard Osborne*, Charlotte Anderson
University of Exeter, UK
Day 2:  Poster Session 5 - Assessment for Learning  -  27th June 2013 11.30
A Multifaceted Bioinstrumentation Assessment Approach in the Rehabilitation Sciences
Ricardo Simeoni
Griffith University, Australia
Day 2:  Poster Session 4 - Engaging Students in Assessment & Feedback  -  27th June 2013 11.30
A strategy to familiarise undergraduate students with assessment methods and standards and to provide informal feedback on progress; experience from a final year pharmacology course.
David Bell*, Malcolm Campbell
Centre for Medical Education, The Queen's University of Belfast, UK
Day 2:  Poster Session 5 - Assessment for Learning  -  27th June 2013 11.30
A strategy to help students to actively engage with feedback provided: sharing experience from the undergraduate medical student selected component (SSC) programme.
David Bell*, Vivienne Crawford
Centre for Medical Education, The Queen's University of Belfast, UK
Day 2:  Poster Session 4 - Engaging Students in Assessment & Feedback  -  27th June 2013 11.30
Alternative approaches to the assessment of statistical reasoning
Helen Harth*, Ian Jones
Loughborough University, UK
Day 2:  Poster Session 4 - Engaging Students in Assessment & Feedback  -  27th June 2013 11.30
An Authentic Assessment Proposal: Current Events as Reported in the News Media
Rick Glofcheski
University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Day 2:  Parallel Session 8  -  27th June 2013 09.50
An evaluation of the effectiveness of audio feedback, and of the language used, in comparison with written feedback.
Charlotte Chalmers, Janis MacCallum*
Edinburgh Napier University, UK
Day 2:  Parallel Session 9  -  27th June 2013 10.35
Analysis of student comments following participation in an assessed online collaborative activity based on contributions to a series of wiki pages.
Janet Haresnape
Open University, UK
Day 2:  Parallel Session 7  -  27th June 2013 09.15
Assessing learning gains in project management tuition/training.
Steven Nijhuis1,2
1Utrecht University of Applied Science, The Netherlands, 2Twente University, The Netherlands
Day 1:  Parallel Session 6  -  26th June 2013 16-50
Assessing the Assessment Process: Dealing with Grading Inconsistency in the Light of Institutional Academic Performance
Dawid Wosik
Higher Colleges of Technology, United Arab Emirates
Day 2:  Parallel Session 10  -  27th June 2013 13.30
Assessing the change or changing the assessed?
Bridget Hanna1
1Edinburgh Napier University, UK, 2The Open University, UK
Day 1:  Parallel Session 4  -  26th June 2013 15.40
Assessment Feedback - What Can We Learn from Psychology Research
Ivan Forward
Questionmark, UK
Day 2:  Parallel Session 9  -  27th June 2013 10.35
Assessment for Learning
Liz McDowell*1, Kay Sambell2, Catherine Montgomery3
1Independent Higher Education Consultant, UK, 2Northumbria University, UK, 3University of Hull, UK
Day 1:  Pre-conference Master Classes  -  26th June 2013 09.30
ASSESSMENT FOR LEARNING AT INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION: A STUDY OF PRACTICES AMONG ACADEMICIANS
Mohamad Sahari Nordin1, Ainol Zubairi*1, Mohd Burhan Ibrahim1, Nik Suryani Nik Abd Rahman1, Zainurin Abdul Rahman1, Joharry Othman1, Tunku Badariah Tunku Ahmad1, Zainab Mohd Nor2
1International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia, 2University Teknologi Mara, Malaysia
Day 2:  Parallel Session 7  -  27th June 2013 09.15
‘Assessment literacy: making the link between satisfaction and learning’
Margaret Price
Oxford Brookes University, UK
Day 1:  Welcome & Keynote  -  26th June 2013 13.30
Cohort diversity - A case for cafeteria assessment mechanisms?
Sheena Bevitt
University of Derby, UK
Day 2:  Poster Session 4 - Engaging Students in Assessment & Feedback  -  27th June 2013 11.30
Collaborations and Celebrations: the highs and lows of a decade of working with collaborative assessment.
Veronica Brock1,2
1University Of Wolverhampton, UK, 2Halmstad University, Sweden
Day 2:  Parallel Session 9  -  27th June 2013 10.35
Creating and Marking Portfolios Effectively
Fiona Handley*, Adam Kelly
Southampton Solent University, UK
Day 2:  Poster Session 1 - Marking & Academic Standards  -  27th June 2013 11.30
Creative Development or High Performance? An Alternative Approach to Assessing Creative Process and Product in Higher Education 
Jan Watson
University of East Anglia, UK
Day 1:  Parallel Session 6  -  26th June 2013 16-50
Decision-making for assessment: explorations of everyday practice
Margaret Bearman1, David Boud2, Phillip Dawson1, Gordon Joughin*3
1Monash University, Australia, 2University of Technology, Sydney, Australia, 3University of Queensland, Australia
Day 1:  Parallel Session 2  -  26th June 2013 12.00
Demystifying marking and assessment processes: where's the mystery?
Fiona Meddings
University of Bradford, UK
Day 1:  Parallel Session 3  -  26th June 2013 15.00
‘Designing a Student Progress Dashboard to promote student self-regulation and support'
Julie Vuolo
University of Hertfordshire, UK
Day 1:  Parallel Session 3  -  26th June 2013 15.00
Developing assessment literacy: students' experiences of working with exemplars to improve their approaches to assignment writing.
Kay Sambell*1, Catherine Montgomery2, Linda Graham1
1Northumbria University, UK, 2University of Hull, UK
Day 1:  Parallel Session 3  -  26th June 2013 15.00
Developing Institutional Assessment Strategies in a Performative Environment 
Sue Mathieson
Northumbria University, UK
Day 1:  Parallel Session 2  -  26th June 2013 12.00
Dialogic feedback and potentialities for students sense making
Anna Therese Steen-Utheim
BI, Norwegian Business School, Norway
Day 2:  Parallel Session 10  -  27th June 2013 13.30
Emotional Responses: Feedback Without Tears
Mike McCormack
Liverpool John Moores University, UK
Day 2:  Parallel Session 8  -  27th June 2013 09.50
Examining the examiners: investigating the understanding and use of academic standards in assessment
Sue Bloxham*1, Margaret Price2, Jane Hudson2, Birgit den Outer2
1University of Cumbria, UK, 2Oxford Brookes University, UK
Day 1:  Parallel Session 3  -  26th June 2013 15.00
Exploring formative assessment with international students
Caroline Burns, Martin Foo*
Northumbria University, UK
Day 1:  Parallel Session 3  -  26th June 2013 15.00
Facilitating Transitional Learning: An Empirical Investigation into Undergraduate Students’ Perceptions of the Impact of Formative Assessment at Level 4 before entering Level 5
NIKKI WOOODS
UNIVERSITY OF NORTHAMPTON, UK
Day 2:  Poster Session 4 - Engaging Students in Assessment & Feedback  -  27th June 2013 11.30
Fearful Asymmetries of Assessment.
Paul Sutton
University College Plymouth: St Mark & St John, UK
Day 1:  Parallel Session 1  -  26th June 2013 11.20
Formative thresholded assessment:  Evaluation of a faculty-wide change in assessment practice.
Sally Jordan*, Janet Haresnape
The Open University, UK
Day 2:  Parallel Session 10  -  27th June 2013 13.30
Frameworks and disciplines: mapping and exploring assessment principles
Erica Morris*1, Patrick Baughan2
1Higher Education Academy, UK, 2City University London, UK
Day 1:  Parallel Session 2  -  26th June 2013 12.00
Generating credible evidence of academic outcomes and standards: perspectives of academics in Australian universities
Clair Hughes*1, Simon Barrie2, Geoffrey Crisp3, Anne Bennison1
1The University of Queensland, Australia, 2The University of Sydney, Australia, 3RMIT University, Australia
Day 1:  Parallel Session 1  -  26th June 2013 11.20
Getting the Devil off our back: Reflections on Table Marking in Psychology
Meesha Warmington, Cecilia Lowe*
University of York, UK
Day 2:  Poster Session 1 - Marking & Academic Standards  -  27th June 2013 11.30
Group Work Assessment: Improvingthe student experience through the Belbin Team-Role Self-Perception Inventory
Joanna MacDonnell
University of Brighton, UK
Day 2:  Poster Session 5 - Assessment for Learning  -  27th June 2013 11.30
Horizontal and Vertical Models: The Instant Feedback to Help Students Excel
Wajee Chookittikul*1, Peter Maher2, Sukit Vangtan1
1Phetchaburi Rajabhat University, Thailand, 2Webster Univesrsity, USA
Day 2:  Poster Session 4 - Engaging Students in Assessment & Feedback  -  27th June 2013 11.30
How Educational Practices Change the Evaluation and Assessment: Making Learning Meaningful through ePortfolios
Katie Kalmus Director of Client Development
LiveText, United States Minor Outlying Islands
Day 1:  Parallel Session 6  -  26th June 2013 16-50
How university tutors learn to grade student coursework: professional learning as interplay between public knowledge and practical wisdom
Pete Boyd*, Sue Bloxham
University of Cumbria, UK
Day 2:  Poster Session 1 - Marking & Academic Standards  -  27th June 2013 11.30
'I can't hand it in yet, it's not perfect': Mature students' experience of assessment and contested identities.
Amanda Chapman
University of Cumbria, UK
Day 1:  Parallel Session 2  -  26th June 2013 12.00
Immediate feedback by smart phones
Nina Helene Ronæs*, Anna Steen-Utheim, Inger Carin Grøndal
BI Norwegian Business School, Norway
Day 2:  Parallel Session 9  -  27th June 2013 10.35
International students’ perceptions of formative peer assessment in the British university: a case study
Meng Fan*, David Leat, Sue Robson
Newcastle University, UK
Day 1:  Parallel Session 6  -  26th June 2013 16-50
Introducing Assessment & Feedback: A Framework of Engagement, Empowerment and Inclusion
Louise O'Boyle
University of Ulster, UK
Day 1:  Parallel Session 2  -  26th June 2013 12.00
Investigating moderation practices in a Faculty of Education
Lenore Adie*, Margaret Lloyd, Denise Beutel
Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Day 2:  Poster Session 1 - Marking & Academic Standards  -  27th June 2013 11.30
IT Office Ergonomics:A Strategy to Assess Doctoral Students in the ASEAN Environment
Wajee Chookittikul*1, Siripong Teopipithporn1, Peter Maher2, Pachara Payao1
1Phetchaburi Rajabhat University, Thailand, 2Webster Univesrsity, USA
Day 2:  Poster Session 5 - Assessment for Learning  -  27th June 2013 11.30
"I've never done one of these before." A comparison of the assessment 'diet' at A level and the first year at university.
Simon Child*, Frances Wilson, Irenka Suto
Cambridge Assessment, UK
Day 1:  Parallel Session 4  -  26th June 2013 15.40
KEYNOTE Plato versus AHELO: The nature and role of the spoken word in assessing and promoting learning.  
Gordon Joughin
The University of Queensland, Australia
Day 2:  Keynote & Poster Award  -  27th June 2013 14.10
Learning from practice - developing an overview of lecturers' learning needs in terms of assessment
Marion Palmer*1, Jen Harvey0,2
1IADT, Ireland, 2DIT, Ireland
Day 1:  Parallel Session 1  -  26th June 2013 11.20
Learning outcomes - balancing pre-defined standards and the benefits of unexpected learning?
Anton Havnes*1, Tine Sophie Prøitz2
1Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, Norway, 2Nordic Institute for Studies in Innovation, Research and Education, Norway
Day 1:  Parallel Session 5  -  26th June 2013 16.20
Learning-oriented assessment task design
David Carless
University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Day 1:  Parallel Session 1  -  26th June 2013 11.20
Lost in translation: what students want from feedback and what lecturers mean by "good"
Phil Long
Anglia Ruskin University, UK
Day 1:  Parallel Session 4  -  26th June 2013 15.40
Making the most of Masters Level assessment
Sally Brown*1, Phil Race2, Liz McDowell2
1Leeds Metropolitan University, UK, 2Independent HE Consultant, UK
Day 1:  Parallel Session 1  -  26th June 2013 11.20
Marking as a way of becoming an academic POSTER
Rachel Sales
University of the West of England, UK
Day 2:  Poster Session 1 - Marking & Academic Standards  -  27th June 2013 11.30
Master class : Producing high quality computer-marked assessment
Sally Jordan*, Tim Hunt
Open University, UK
Day 1:  Pre-conference Master Classes  -  26th June 2013 09.30
MASTERCLASS: Using oral assessment  
Gordon Joughin
The University of Queensland, Australia
Day 1:  Pre-conference Master Classes  -  26th June 2013 09.30
Monitoring the attainment of graduate attributes at individual and cohort levels
Kerry Shephard*, Brent Lovelock, John Harraway, Liz Slooten, Sheila Skeaff, Mick Strack, Tim Jowett, Mary Furnari
University of Otago, New Zealand
Day 1:  Parallel Session 6  -  26th June 2013 16-50
Offering carrots or wielding sticks: the voluntary or mandatory use of eAssessment and eFeedback to improve learning and teaching in times of change in HE
Nick Allsopp*, Harish Ravat
De Montfort University, UK
Day 1:  Parallel Session 1  -  26th June 2013 11.20
p { margin-bottom: 0.21cm; } How do assessors mark? What do they see in written work, and what do they do with it?
Calum Delaney
Cardiff Metropolitan University, UK
Day 1:  Parallel Session 4  -  26th June 2013 15.40
Peer assessment without assessment criteria
Ian Jones*, Lara Alcock, David Sirl
Loughborough University, UK
Day 2:  Poster Session 4 - Engaging Students in Assessment & Feedback  -  27th June 2013 11.30
Perceptions of fairness and consistency regarding assessment and feedback in trainees experiencing a difficult or failed professional placement.
Mark Carver
University of Cumbria, UK
Day 2:  Parallel Session 8  -  27th June 2013 09.50
Promoting competency and confidence through assessment for learning
John Stephens, Jill Gilthorpe*
Northumbria University, UK
Day 2:  Poster Session 5 - Assessment for Learning  -  27th June 2013 11.30
Reflections on feedback - feedback on reflection
Rita Headington
University of Greenwich, UK
Day 2:  Parallel Session 9  -  27th June 2013 10.35
Releasing creativity in assessment
Alison Bettley*, Ben Oakley, Freda Wolfenden
The Open University, UK
Day 1:  Parallel Session 3  -  26th June 2013 15.00
Researching assessment and exam practices in an online postgraduate program
Andrew Chambers*, Ruth Laxton
University of New South Wales, Australia
Day 2:  Poster Session 3 - Transitions in Assessment  -  27th June 2013 11.30
Should we stop calling it assessment? What influences students' perceptions and conceptions of assessment and AfL?
Donna Hurford
University of Cumbria, UK
Day 1:  Parallel Session 5  -  26th June 2013 16.20
Strategies for Formative Oral Assessment of EFL through Storytelling.
Ana Fernandez-Caparros Turina*, Rafael Alejo Gonzalez, Ana Maria Piquer Piriz
University of Extremadura, Spain
Day 2:  Poster Session 4 - Engaging Students in Assessment & Feedback  -  27th June 2013 11.30
Student Assessment in Neoliberal Higher Education Context: Rationalities, Practices, Subjects.(Cross-cultural Study of the University of Glasgow and Tallinn University)
Rille Raaper
The University of Glasgow, UK
Day 1:  Parallel Session 5  -  26th June 2013 16.20
Student Assessment Using Digital Story Telling
Anita Peleg*, Peter Maple
London South Bank University, UK
Day 1:  Parallel Session 5  -  26th June 2013 16.20
Student engagement in formative assessment
Lynda Cook*, Diane Butler, Sally Jordan
Open University, UK
Day 2:  Poster Session 4 - Engaging Students in Assessment & Feedback  -  27th June 2013 11.30
Student perceptions of the value of Turnitin as a learning tool.
Carol Bailey*, Rachel Challen
University of Wolverhampton, UK
Day 2:  Parallel Session 10  -  27th June 2013 13.30
Student response system used for motivation and learning outcome
Cecilie Asting*, Anna Steen-Utheim, Inger Carin Grøndal
BI Norwegian Business School, Norway
Day 2:  Parallel Session 8  -  27th June 2013 09.50
Students' Perceptions about Assessment and Assessment Methods: A Case Study
Elizabeth Ruiz Esparza
University of Sonora, Mexico
Day 2:  Parallel Session 8  -  27th June 2013 09.50
The impacts of assessment on professional development in educational postgraduate programmes - a tale of the two universities
Nhan Tran
Newcastle University, UK
Day 2:  Poster Session 5 - Assessment for Learning  -  27th June 2013 11.30
The influence of research and practice on a set of open source eAssessment tools
Tim Hunt
The Open University, UK
Day 2:  Poster Session 2 - Assessment Technologies  -  27th June 2013 11.30
The Introduction of Grade Marking at Southampton Solent University
Fiona Handley*, Ann Read
Southampton Solent University, UK
Day 2:  Parallel Session 9  -  27th June 2013 10.35
The policy paradox: the risk of unwelcome consequences of well-intended assessment policy
Clair Hughes*1, Simon Barrie2, Geoffrey Crisp3, Anne Bennison1
1The University of Queensland, Australia, 2The University of Sydney, Australia, 3RMIT University, Australia
Day 2:  Poster Session 5 - Assessment for Learning  -  27th June 2013 11.30
The value of technology enhanced assessment – sharing the findings of a JISC funded project in evaluating assessment diaries and GradeMark
Alice Lau*, Karen Fitzgibbon
University of Glamorgan, UK
Day 1:  Parallel Session 4  -  26th June 2013 15.40
Understanding student learning from feedback
Stuart Hepplestone*1, Gladson Chikwa2,1
1Sheffield Hallam University, UK, 2Nottingham Trent University, UK
Day 2:  Parallel Session 7  -  27th June 2013 09.15
University Standards Descriptors: can you please all of the people even some of the time?
Rachel Forsyth
Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
Day 2:  Parallel Session 7  -  27th June 2013 09.15
Upskilling students in lectures using student polling software
Sam Clarke*, Trish Murray
University of Sheffield, UK
Day 2:  Parallel Session 7  -  27th June 2013 09.15
Using Assessment Evidence to Improve Student Learning: Can It Be Done?
Natasha Jankowski1
1University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, USA, 2National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment, USA
Day 1:  Parallel Session 4  -  26th June 2013 15.40
Using Patchwork Assessment  to enhance student engagement, skills and understanding 
Caroline Marcangelo
University of Cumbria, UK
Day 2:  Parallel Session 7  -  27th June 2013 09.15
Using technologies to engage students in assessment and feedback: a case study from Biomedical Sciences  
John Dermo*, James Boyne
University of Bradford, UK
Day 1:  Parallel Session 2  -  26th June 2013 12.00
Using the Assessment Lifecycle to enhance assessment practice
Rachel Forsyth*, Rod Cullen, Neil Ringan, Mark Stubbs
Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
Day 2:  Poster Session 5 - Assessment for Learning  -  27th June 2013 11.30
Video Based Assessment within Higher Education: Developing Tactical Knowledge on a Sports Coaching Module
Martin Dixon*, Chris Lee
Staffordshire University, UK
Day 2:  Poster Session 2 - Assessment Technologies  -  27th June 2013 11.30
Viva! the Viva
Julie Peirce-Jones
University of Central Lancashire, UK
Day 2:  Poster Session 5 - Assessment for Learning  -  27th June 2013 11.30
What do academic staff think about assessment and how can it help inform policy making and approaches to professional development?
Sarah Maguire*1, Lin Norton0,2, Bill Norton0,2
1University of Ulster, UK, 2Liverpool Hope University, UK
Day 1:  Parallel Session 6  -  26th June 2013 16-50
Working together: can collaboration between academic writing/subject specialists improve students' performance in written assessments?
Carol Bailey
University of Wolverhampton, UK
Day 2:  Parallel Session 8  -  27th June 2013 09.50
You show me yours.....comparative evaluations of assessment practice and standards.
Claire Gray*, Julie Swain, Rebecca Turner
Plymouth University, UK
Day 1:  Parallel Session 5  -  26th June 2013 16.20