Phill Dawson reflects on the TEQSA 2023 Conference

In our first post for 2024 Professor Phill Dawson, Co-Director of CRADLE, reflects on the TEQSA 2023 conference. The theme was Reshaping higher education. Phill was involved in the development of key guidelines for assessment reform in the age of AI, which were unveiled at the conference.

Read our latest publication: the feedback literacy behaviour scale

Feedback can be one of the most powerful pedagogies we have in education, but its effects are dependent on what students do. In 2019, we set out to develop an instrument to study exactly that: the Feedback Literacy Behaviour Scale (FLBS). Well, it's finally published and you can read it here.

1,300 years is long enough: it’s pens down for the exam hall

In this post the use of the exam hall and its relationship to authentic assessment in a digital world is put to the test by Alfred Deakin Professor Liz Johnson, Deputy Vice Chancellor Academic Portfolio, Professor Helen Partridge, Pro-Vice Chancellor Teaching and Learning and Professor Phillip Dawson, Co-Director Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning.

Call for papers: “Challenging Cheating”

CRADLE calls for papers that 'Challenge Cheating' for a special issue of Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education

Ed tech researcher development opportunity

Associate Director of CRADLE Professor Phillip Dawson announces the 2022 Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE) Spring into Excellence Research School and the call for Expressions of Interest to join the event, to be held at Deakin Downtown.

E-cheating and assessment security: new video series

In this post we hear from Professor Phill Dawson who leads research into academic integrity...

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