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Uses of e-assessment and a partially-automated approach

Maths Teaching and Learning Seminar, University of Warwick (28/04/2022).

Abstract:
Different assessment approaches have different advantages and limitations, and are appropriate for different assessment goals. This seminar will explore the uses and limits of several assessment approaches including e-assessment. Following this, a particular situation is explored, in which individual work alongside a group project is felt to carry a high risk of collusion, yet neither invigilated exam conditions nor individualised e-assessment are considered appropriate options. A partially-automated approach is implemented using Numbas and evaluated.

I teach mathematics at Sheffield Hallam University and am a researcher focused on higher education mathematics educational practice.

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