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A moving target: assessing the process and progress of learning
John Couperthwaite
Pebble Learning Ltd, UK
Day :  Parallel Session 8  -  09.50am
A quantitative analysis of student engagement with online feedback.
Claire Moscrop1,2
1Edge Hill University, UK, 2Lancaster University, UK
Day :  Poster Session 2: Assessment Literacies  -  11.30am
A sensible future for moderation?
Sue Bloxham*1, Lenore Adie2, Clair Hughes3
1University of Cumbria, UK, 2Queensland University of Technology, Australia, 3University of Queensland, Australia
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 5  -  16.10pm
An alternative explanatory framework for what students want from feedback, what they actually use, and what tutors think they need
Mark Carver
University of Cumbria, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 2  -  12 noon
An evaluation of the student and staff experience of the introduction of audio feedback for undergraduate assessment
Nick Purkis*, Sandy Stockwell, Jane Jones, Pam Maunders, Kirsty Brinkman
The University of Winchester, UK
Day :  Poster Session 6: Learning and contemporary higher education assessment  -  11.30am
Animate to communicate: using digital media for assessment
Jenny Fisher*, Hayley Atkinson
Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 3  -  14.45pm
“Another brick in the wall”? Teachers’ representations about assessment and teacher education processes. 
Serafina Pastore*1, Monica Pentassuglia2
1University of Bari, Italy, 2University of Verona, Italy
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 1  -  11.20am
Applying assessment regulations equitably and transparently
Marie Stowell*1, Harvey Woolf2
1University of Worcester, UK, 2ex University of Wolverhampton, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 6  -  16.50pm
Assessing Student Learning: A Source of Ethical Concern for Higher Education Teachers
Luc Desautels*1, Christiane Gohier2, France Jutras3, Philippe Chaubet2
1Cégep régional de Lanaudičre, Canada, 2Université du Québec ā Montréal, Canada, 3Université de Sherbrooke, Canada
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 6  -  16.50pm
Assessment Feedback Practice In First Year Using Digital Technologies – Preliminary Findings from an Irish Multi-Institutional Project
Lisa O'Regan*1, Mark Brown2, Moira Maguire3, Nuala Harding4, Elaine Walsh2, Gerry Gallagher3, Geraldine McDermott4
1Maynooth University, Ireland, 2Dublin City University, Ireland, 3Dundalk Institute of Technology, Ireland, 4Athlone Institute of Technology, Ireland
Day :  Poster Session 6: Learning and contemporary higher education assessment  -  11.30am
Assessment for Employment: introducing "Engineering You're Hired"
Patricia Murray*, Andrea Bath, Russell Goodall, Rachel Horn
University of Sheffield, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 5  -  16.10pm
Assessment representations and practices in Italian higher education context: Hints from a case study
Serafina Pastore*1, Monica Pentassuglia2
1University of Bari, Italy, 2University of Verona, Italy
Day :  Poster Session 2: Assessment Literacies  -  11.30am
Assessment timing: student preferences and its impact onperformance
Richard McManus
Canterbury Christ Church University, UK
Day :  Poster Session 6: Learning and contemporary higher education assessment  -  11.30am
Case-Based Assessments in Business Management: Think Local, Not Global
Carl Evans
University of St Mark & St John, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 5  -  16.10pm
Challenges and benefits of assessing reflection
Stefanie Sinclair*, John Butcher, Anactoria Clarke
The Open University, UK
Day :  Parallel Session 10  -  13.30pm
Changing the Assessment Imagination: designing a supra-programme assessment framework at Faculty level.
Jessica Evans*1, Simon Bromley2
1The Open University, UK, 2Sheffield Hallam University, UK
Day :  Parallel Session 7  -  9.15am
Charting the assessment landscape: preliminary evaluations of an assessment map
Anke C. Buttner*, Carly Pymont
University of Birmingham, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 4  -  15.30pm
Chinese Tutor and Undergraduate Responses to an Assessment Change
JIMING ZHOU
The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 6  -  16.50pm
Conceptualising Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (HEA) as an assessment process
Nicola Reimann*1,2, Ian Sadler3
1Until April: Northumbria University, UK, 2From May: University of Durham, UK, 3York St John University, UK
Day :  Parallel Session 7  -  9.15am
Culturally Responsive Assessment: Modifying Assessment Processes to Meet Diverse Student Needs
Natasha Jankowski*1,2, Erick Montenegro1,2
1University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, USA, 2National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment, USA
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 2  -  12 noon
Custom essay writing and other paid third parties in Higher Education; what can we do about it?
Phil Newton
Swansea University, UK
Day :  Parallel Session 9  -  10.35am
Decision-making theory and assessment design: a conceptual and empirical exploration
Gordon Joughin*1, David Boud2, Phillip Dawson3, Margaret Bearman3, Elizabeth Molloy3, Sue Bennett4
1Higher Education Consultant, Australia, 2Deakin University, Australia, 3Monash University, Australia, 4University of Wollongong, Australia
Day :  Parallel Session 10  -  13.30pm
Designing and carrying out effective assessment
David Carless
University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Day, theme etc.:  Master Classes  -  09.30am
Designing assessments to develop academic skills while promoting good academic practice and limiting students' use of purchased or repurposed materials
Ann Rogerson
University of Wollongong, Australia
Day :  Poster Session 7: Student responses to assessment  -  11.30am
Developing and Embedding Inclusive Assessment across Plymouth University
Pauline Kneale, Jane Collings*
Plymouth University, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 1  -  11.20am
Developing assessment literacy for Postgraduates who Teach: compliance or quality enhancement?
John Dermo
University of Bradford, UK
Day :  Poster Session 2: Assessment Literacies  -  11.30am
Developing collegial relationships: Students providing feedback on staff member's teaching and assessment practices. 
Jennifer Scoles, Mark Huxham*
Edinburgh Napier University, UK
Day :  Poster Session 7: Student responses to assessment  -  11.30am
Developing pedagogy: Using Pecha Kucha as formative assessment in two undergraduate modules
Nicola Hirst
Liverpool John Moores University, UK
Day :  Poster Session 7: Student responses to assessment  -  11.30am
Dialogue+: Promoting first year undergraduate students' understanding of, and participation with assessment and feedback processes
Rebecca Westrup
University of East Anglia, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 5  -  16.10pm
Domains influencing student perceptions of feedback
Margaret Price*, Berry O'Donovan, Birgit den Outer, Jane Hudson
Oxford Brookes University, UK
Day :  Parallel Session 10  -  13.30pm
Effective Extensions: managing the lived experience of online students Susanna Chamberlain, David Baker and Danielle Zuvela Griffith University
Susanna Chamberlain*, David Baker, Danielle Zuvela
Griffith University, Australia
Day :  Parallel Session 10  -  13.30pm
EFL tutors and students perceptions of written assessment, feedback and criteria across six English departments at a Libya University
Imad Waragh
university of Sunderland, UK
Day :  Poster Session 7: Student responses to assessment  -  11.30am
E-marking: institutional and practitioner perspectives
Carmen Tomas
University of Nottingham, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 6  -  16.50pm
Embedding key transferable skills for success during and after University through innovative assessment
Joanne Hooker*, Jayne Whistance
Southampton Solent University, UK
Day :  Parallel Session 9  -  10.35am
Employer Led Problem Based Learning: Developing and Assessing Employability Skills for Success
Ron Cambridge
London Metropolitan University, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 2  -  12 noon
Enhancing Engagement through Collaboration in Assessment
Daniel Russell*, Barry Avery
Kingston University, UK
Day :  Parallel Session 8  -  09.50am
Examine student theses - similarities and differences in relation to examiners' experience
Mats Lundström*1, Lars Björklund2, Karin Stolpe2, Maria Åström3
1Malmö University, Sweden, 2Linköping University, Sweden, 3Umeå University, Sweden
Day :  Parallel Session 8  -  09.50am
Experiences of co-creating marking criteria
Nicky Meer*, Amanda Chapman
University of Cumbria, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 6  -  16.50pm
Exploring students' perceptions about peer-evaluation: a case study
Elizabeth Ruiz Esparza Barajas
Universidad de Sonora, Mexico
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 2  -  12 noon
Feeding forward from feedback with Business and Food first years
Jane Headley*, Pam Whitehouse
Harper Adams University, UK
Day :  Poster Session 7: Student responses to assessment  -  11.30am
Formative thresholded assessment:  Reflections on the evaluation of a faculty-wide change in assessment practice
Sally Jordan
The Open University, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 5  -  16.10pm
From practice oriented and academic traditions to academic professional qualifications - A historical view of Swedish teacher education
Karin Stolpe*1, Mats Lundström2, Lars Björklund1, Maria Åström3
1Linköping university, Sweden, 2Malmö university, Sweden, 3Umeå university, Sweden
Day :  Parallel Session 8  -  09.50am
From research to practice: The connections students make between feedback and future learning
Stuart Hepplestone*, Helen J. Parkin
Sheffield Hallam University, UK
Day :  Parallel Session 8  -  09.50am
Gender differences in completion and credit on physical science modules
Niusa Marigheto*, Victoria Pearson, Pam Budd, Jimena Gorfinkiel, Richard Jordan, Sally Jordan
The Open University, UK
Day :  Poster Session 4: Diversity and Inclusion  -  11.30am
Getting traction on assessment development: what can we learn from a professions' (Law; Medicine) perspective?
Chris Trevitt
Australian National University, Australia
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 4  -  15.30pm
Grade Point Average: Outcomes from the UK pilot
Sue Bloxham
University of Cumbria, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 3  -  14.45pm
Help students to help themselves: developing assessment literacy 
Margaret Price
Oxford Brookes University, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Master Classes  -  09.30am
Helping the horses to drink: lessons learned from an institution-wide programme designed to enhance assessment
Andy Lloyd
Cardiff University, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 4  -  15.30pm
Higher education teachers’ assessment practices: Formative espoused but not yet fully implemented
Ernesto Panadero*1, Gavin Brown2
1Universidad Autķnoma de Madrid, Spain, 2The University of Auckland, New Zealand
Day :  Parallel Session 8  -  09.50am
How can admissions testing better select candidates for professional programmes?
Belinda Brunner
Pearson VUE, UK
Day :  Poster Session 1: assessment challenges in disciplinary and professional contexts  -  11.30am
How can an institution increase the assessment quality of its examiners?
Remko van der Lei*, Brenda Aalders
Hanze University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 4  -  15.30pm
How do students engage with personalised feedback from a summative clinical examination?
Beverley Merricks
University of Birmingham, UK
Day :  Parallel Session 10  -  13.30pm
How mature are your institutional policies for academic integrity?
Irene Glendinning
Coventry University, UK
Day :  Parallel Session 7  -  9.15am
How to assess our students well: innovative approaches for addressing the challenges of assessment and feedback
Yue Zhao
The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Day :  Poster Session 1: assessment challenges in disciplinary and professional contexts  -  11.30am
I don’t have time to attend a 2 hour training session: consequences and impact
Neil Witt, Emma Purnell*
Plymouth University, UK
Day :  Poster Session 2: Assessment Literacies  -  11.30am
I wish I could believe you: the frustrating unreliability of some assessment research
Tim Hunt*1, Sally Jordan2
1Information Technology, The Open University, UK, 2Department of Physical Sciences, The Open University, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 1  -  11.20am
Identifying potential English language teachers from a cohort of MA students in order to meet the requirements of an external validation authority
Susan Sheehan
University of Huddersfield, UK
Day :  Poster Session 1: assessment challenges in disciplinary and professional contexts  -  11.30am
Impact on Student Learning: Does Assessment Really Make A Difference?
Natasha Jankowski1,2
1University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, USA, 2National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment, USA
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 1  -  11.20am
Improving Communication of Assessment Task Requirements and Expectations Through Improving Assignment Brief  Design.
Garry Maguire*, Fiona Gilbert
Oxford Brookes University, UK
Day :  Parallel Session 8  -  09.50am
Incorporating digital technologies in the assessment of oral presentations at a distance
Stefanie Sinclair
The Open University, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 5  -  16.10pm
Increasing assessment literacy through institutional change
Rachel Fosyth
Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
Day :  Poster Session 5: Instutional change in assessment policy and practice  -  11.30am
Institutional approach to improving feedback and assessment practices using TESTA at the University of Greenwich
Monika Pazio*, Duncan McKenna
University of Greenwich, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 2  -  12 noon
International postgraduate students and academic integrity: challenges and strategies to support
Mary Davis
Oxford Brookes University, UK
Day :  Parallel Session 8  -  09.50am
Investigating student preferences for a novel method of assessment feedback: A comparison of screencast and written feedback through questionnaire and focus group methods
David Wright*, Damian Keil
Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 4  -  15.30pm
Investigating the feedback gap(s) in pre-service language teacher education: What is the Emperor really wearing (and who will tell)?
June Starkey
OISE/UT, Canada
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 1  -  11.20am
Ipsative assessment for student motivation and longitudinal learning  
Gwyneth Hughes
Institute of Education, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 2  -  12 noon
Joining the pieces: using concept maps for integrated learning and assessment in an introductory Management course.
Heather Connolly, Dorothy Spiller*
University of Waikato, New Zealand
Day :  Parallel Session 10  -  13.30pm
Leading Enhancements in Assessment and Feedback (LEAF Scotland)
Dave Morrison*1, Hazel Marzetti2
1University of Glasgow, UK, 2University of Edinburgh, UK
Day :  Poster Session 5: Instutional change in assessment policy and practice  -  11.30am
Learner engagement with Interactive Computer Marked Assignments on beginners’ language modules 
Anna Proudfoot*, Anna Comas-Quinn, Ursula Stickler, Qian Kan, Tim Jilg
The Open University, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 1  -  11.20am
Learning diversity in higher education: Comparison of learning experiences among cross cultural student populations in a Hong Kong university
Yue Zhao
The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Day :  Poster Session 4: Diversity and Inclusion  -  11.30am
“Leave me alone, I’m trying to do my work” - The discrepancies between staff and students’ perceptions of feedback and assessment practices
Monika Pazio*, Duncan McKenna
University of Greenwich, UK
Day :  Parallel Session 7  -  9.15am
Live Peer Assessment: Its Effects and After Effects
Steve Bennett*, Trevor Barker
University of Hertfordshire, UK
Day :  Parallel Session 8  -  09.50am
Making the formative feedback effective:Feed-forward feedback: Study of student’s perception on the video assignment guidance and its influence on their learning
Harish Jyawali
GSM London, UK
Day :  Poster Session 7: Student responses to assessment  -  11.30am
Making use of assessment feedback: Students' perceptions of the utility of interventions for supporting their engagement with feedback.
Naomi Winstone*1, Michael Parker1, Robert Nash2
1University of Surrey, UK, 2Aston University, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 2  -  12 noon
Marketing Downloads : Student response to a learning and assessment innovation at Kingston Business School Kingston University Hilary Wason, Nathalie Charlton and Dr Debbie Anderson
Hilary Wason*, Nathalie Charlton, Debbie Anderson
Kingston University, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 3  -  14.45pm
Marking on and off line - a university wide pilot
Sue Gill, Christie Harner*
Newcastle University, UK
Day :  Poster Session 5: Instutional change in assessment policy and practice  -  11.30am
Measuring tertiary students' progress in English for specific purposes courses with self-assessment
Dietmar Tatzl
FH JOANNEUM University of Applied Sciences, Austria
Day :  Poster Session 7: Student responses to assessment  -  11.30am
Measuring the impact of high quality instant feedback on learning.
Stephen Nutbrown*1, Su Beesley2, Colin Higgins1
1University of Nottingham, UK, 2Nottingham Trent University, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 1  -  11.20am
Meeting the challenge of assessment when personal transformation is the outcome
Annette Becker
Utica College, USA
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 3  -  14.45pm
On-line Assessment and Personalised Feedback - Some Novel Approaches
Jill Barber
University of Manchester, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 2  -  12 noon
Oral forms of assessment and the nature of the spoken word: Insights from the world of acting and actor training
Gordon Joughin*1, Eliot Shrimpton2
1Higher Education Consultant, Australia, 2Guildhall School of Music and Drama, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 4  -  15.30pm
Overcoming Assessment Challenges - Tipping the Balance
Ruth Sutcliffe*, Rachel Sparks Linfield, Ros Geldart
Leeds Beckett University, UK
Day :  Poster Session 7: Student responses to assessment  -  11.30am
Peer and Public Pressure: Using Assessment to Raise Confidence and Ambitions amongst Undergraduate History and Sports Students
Lee Pridmore, Ruth Larsen*, Ian Whitehead
University of Derby, UK
Day :  Poster Session 6: Learning and contemporary higher education assessment  -  11.30am
Peer Reflection within Sports Coaching Practical Assessments
Martin Dixon*, Chris Lee, Craig Corrigan
Staffordshire University, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 3  -  14.45pm
Phenomenographically exploring students' utilisation of feedback
Edd Pitt
University of Kent, UK
Day :  Parallel Session 9  -  10.35am
Placement for Access and a Fair Chance of Success in South African Higher Education Institutions
Robert Prince
University of Cape Town, South Africa
Day :  Parallel Session 7  -  9.15am
Portraying Assessment: The Fear of Never Being Good Enough
Peter Day, Harvey Woolf*
University of Wolverhampton, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 4  -  15.30pm
POSTERStudent and staff experiences of peer review and assessment in undergraduate UK HE settings
DENISE CARTER, JULIA HOLDSWORTH*
University of Hull, UK
Day :  Poster Session 6: Learning and contemporary higher education assessment  -  11.30am
Preconceptions surrounding automated assessment - A study of staff and students.
Stephen Nutbrown*1, Su Beesley2, Colin Higgins1
1University of Nottingham, UK, 2Nottingham Trent University, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 6  -  16.50pm
Preparing international students for the diversity of UK assessment within a UK-China articulation agreement.
Katie Szkornik*, Alix Cage, Ian Oliver, Zoe Robinson, Ian Stimpson, Keziah Stott, Sami Ullah, Richard Waller
Keele University, UK
Day :  Poster Session 4: Diversity and Inclusion  -  11.30am
Reflective activities and summative assessment in an open university access to higher education module
Carolyn Richardson
The Open University, UK
Day :  Parallel Session 10  -  13.30pm
Rethinking feedback for greater impact on learning 
David Boud
Deakin University, Australia
Day, theme etc.:  Master Classes  -  09.30am
‘Skills Passport' for Life Sciences at Edinburgh Napier University: Helping students to help themselves
Janis MacCallum*, Samantha Campbell-Casey, Patricia Durkin, Anne MacNab
Edinburgh Napier University, UK
Day :  Poster Session 6: Learning and contemporary higher education assessment  -  11.30am
Standardised Assessment to Increase Student Learning and Competency
Ida Asner
LiveText Consultant, USA
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 3  -  14.45pm
Standardising Assessment at the Institution to Increase Student Learning
Stuart Blacklock
LiveText, United States Minor Outlying Islands
Day :  Poster Session 5: Instutional change in assessment policy and practice  -  11.30am
Structuring peer assessment and its evaluation by learning analytics
Blazenka Divjak
University of Zagreb, Faculty of Organization and Informatics, Croatia
Day :  Parallel Session 9  -  10.35am
Student Perceptions of different Assessment Modes in Computer Programming Courses
Suraj Ajit
University of Northampton, UK
Day :  Parallel Session 9  -  10.35am
Student perceptions of oral and written feedback
Anna Steen-Utheim
BI Norwegian Business School, Norway
Day :  Poster Session 7: Student responses to assessment  -  11.30am
Student understandings and use of learning outcomes in higher education
Tine Sophie Prøitz*1, Anton Havnes2
1Buskerud and Vestfold University College, Norway, 2Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Science, Norway
Day :  Parallel Session 9  -  10.35am
Students Love Assessment: Using assessment to improve engagement
Toby Carter*, Nancy Harrison, Julian Priddle
Anglia Ruskin University, UK
Day :  Poster Session 7: Student responses to assessment  -  11.30am
Students' responses to formative and summative online feedback generated using a statement bank: Outcomes from two quantitative studies.
Philip Denton*, David McIlroy
Liverpool John Moores University, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 5  -  16.10pm
Students' responses to learning-oriented assessment
David Carless
University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Day :  Parallel Session 7  -  9.15am
The Abstract Labour of Learning and the Value of Assessment
Paul Sutton
University of St Mark & St John, UK
Day :  Parallel Session 9  -  10.35am
The assessment challenge: an end-to-end solution
Paolo Oprandi*, Carol Shergold, David Walker, Catherine Jones
University of Sussex, UK
Day :  Poster Session 5: Instutional change in assessment policy and practice  -  11.30am
The AsSET toolkit: developing assessment self-efficacy to improve performance
Sue Palmer-Conn*, David McIlroy
Liverpool John Moores University, UK
Day :  Poster Session 2: Assessment Literacies  -  11.30am
The constrained impact of a capstone dissertation assessment on the continuing workplace learning of master teachers
Pete Boyd*, Hilary Constable
University of Cumbria, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 4  -  15.30pm
The effect of the test re-do process on learner development in higher education foreign language courses
Kristen Sullivan
Shimonoseki City University, Japan
Day :  Poster Session 6: Learning and contemporary higher education assessment  -  11.30am
The Impact of Commercial Involvement on the Development Of Academic Processes And On The Quality of Outcomes: A Case StudyTheme: Learning and contemporary higher education assessment
Ufuk Cullen*, Zach Thompson
Greenwich School of Management, UK
Day :  Poster Session 6: Learning and contemporary higher education assessment  -  11.30am
The impact of the assessment process and the international MA-TESOL course on the professional identity of Vietnamese student teachers
David Leat1, Tran Thanh Nhan*1,2
1Newcastle University, UK, 2Vietnam National University, Viet Nam
Day :  Parallel Session 7  -  9.15am
The influence of students' epistemic beliefs on their satisfaction with assessment and feedback
Berry O'Donovan
Oxford Brookes University, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 1  -  11.20am
The journey to digital storytelling and artifact-based assessment in Psychology: lessons to be learned from the arts-based disciplines.
Diane Westwood
University of Sunderland, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 6  -  16.50pm
The Power of the "One-Pager": a simple idea for effective, informal formative assessment
Deborah Anderson*, Rebecca Lees
Kingston University, UK
Day :  Poster Session 2: Assessment Literacies  -  11.30am
The use of stakeholder-informed simulation in assessment: sharing experience from an undergraduate medical student disability awareness programme.
Adam Wilson*, Anand Gidwani, Christopher Meneilly, Vivienne Crawford, David Bell
Queen's University Belfast, UK
Day :  Poster Session 1: assessment challenges in disciplinary and professional contexts  -  11.30am
Title of poster - Assessment Strategy: Online Distance Education
Elaine Walsh*, James Brunton
Dublin City University, Ireland
Day :  Poster Session 6: Learning and contemporary higher education assessment  -  11.30am
To measure the unmeasurable: using Repertory Grid Technique to elicit tacit criterias used by examiners.
Lars Björklund*1, Karin Stolpe1, Mats Lundström2, Maria Åström3
1Linköping University, Sweden, 2Malmö University, Sweden, 3Umeå University, Sweden
Day :  Poster Session 3: Assessment Research: theory,method and crtiique  -  11.30am
Tranforming the Experience of STAFF through Assessment   
Eddie Mighten*, Diane Burkinshaw
Sheffield Hallam University, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 3  -  14.45pm
Transforming the Experience of Students through Assessment' (TESTA
Tansy Jessop
University of Winchester, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Master Classes  -  09.30am
Using an evidence based approach to transform academic approaches to assessment.
Courtney Simpson, Caroline Speed, Alexandra Dimitropoulos, Janet Macaulay*
Monash University, Australia
Day :  Poster Session 5: Instutional change in assessment policy and practice  -  11.30am
Using exemplars to develop assessment literacy: what do students learn to notice during pre-assessment workshops?
Kay Sambell*, Linda Graham
Northumbria University, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 2  -  12 noon
Using participatory photography as an assessment method: the challenges
Gwenda Mynott
Liverpool John Moores University, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 5  -  16.10pm
Valid and reliable assessment of students' academic writing using Comparative judgement
Liesje Coertjens*, Tine van Daal, Marije Lesterhuis, Vincent Donche, Sven De Maeyer
University of Antwerp, Belgium
Day :  Parallel Session 10  -  13.30pm
Visualising the Narrative: Assessment through a programmatic lens
Bryan Taylor*, Mark Russell
King's College London, UK
Day :  Poster Session 6: Learning and contemporary higher education assessment  -  11.30am
Walking the Assessment Talk: Aligning what we believe, say, and do
John Delany
Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology, New Zealand
Day :  Poster Session 5: Instutional change in assessment policy and practice  -  11.30am
Why is formative assessment so complicated? What is behind the push-me, pull-you relationship between theory and practice and how can we all move forward?
Donna Hurford1
1University of Southern Denmark, Denmark, 2University of Cumbria, UK
Day :  Parallel Session 7  -  9.15am
Written Assessment and Feedback Practices in Postgraduate Taught Courses: an international perspective.
Victor Guillen Solano1
1Sheffield Hallam University, UK, 2The University of Sheffield, UK
Day, theme etc.:  Parallel Session 1  -  11.20am