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Parallel Session 7
DAY 2, 10.10

7.1 Using Assessment Technology to provide evidence against TEF Aspects of Quality and a better understanding of institutional effectiveness.
Richard Nelson
Bradford College, UK
7.2 Moving Towards a Learning System: Implications of Assessment for Learning
David Marshall2, Natasha Jankowski*1,2
1University of Illinois Urbana Champaign, USA, 2National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment, USA
7.3 Identities of international undergraduate students in their feedback and assessment discourses.
Karen Olave
The University of Queensland, Australia
7.4 Internationalising Summative Assessment through Simulations: Chinese and South East Asian Student Perspectives
David Brown*, Ian Charity, Andrew Robson
Northumbria University, UK
7.5 Assessing prior learning or developing new learning? The role of evidence in prior learning portfolios.
Helen Pokorny
University of Westminster, UK
7.6 Changing the rules:  Using self and peer assessment for summative evaluation
Sean Kearney*, Tim Perkins
University of Notre Dame Australia, Australia
7.7 Hearing the student voice on their use of exemplars to support writing style.
Jane Headley
Harper Adams University, UK
7.8 Use of Personal Learning Gain Information to Empower Students
Gwyneth Hughes
UCL, UK