|Parallel Session 7
|DAY 2, 10.10
||Using Assessment Technology to provide evidence against TEF Aspects of Quality and a better understanding of institutional effectiveness.
Bradford College, UK
||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
||Identities of international undergraduate students in their feedback and assessment discourses.
The University of Queensland, Australia
||Internationalising Summative Assessment through Simulations: Chinese and South East Asian Student Perspectives
David Brown*, Ian Charity, Andrew Robson
Northumbria University, UK
||Assessing prior learning or developing new learning? The role of evidence in prior learning portfolios.
University of Westminster, UK
||Changing the rules: Using self and peer assessment for summative evaluation
Sean Kearney*, Tim Perkins
University of Notre Dame Australia, Australia
||Hearing the student voice on their use of exemplars to support writing style.
Harper Adams University, UK
||Use of Personal Learning Gain Information to Empower Students