Items with Tag: Assessment

Assessment reform for the age of AI

At its 2023 Conference TEQSA published guiding principles and propositions to support the sector in considering the risks and opportunities of genAI. Read and download the principles now.

It’s time! Join us for the CRADLE International Symposium 2023

Chaired by Professor Rola Ajjawi, the symposium seeks to trouble superficial and instrumental practices of authentic assessment, re-orienting it towards the increasingly uncertain future. We are pleased to present three exciting public events as pivotal highlights of the symposium program. These include a Keynote Presentation and two interactive Panel Sessions. Register now for your chance to join us.

Assessment Reform for the Age of Artificial Intelligence

Join us on Thursday 28 September at 3pm for the fifth webinar in our popular genAI webinar series with TEQSA. Student use of genAI is increasingly commonplace, so how do we re-imagine our assessment design? This webinar presents TEQSA's draft guiding principles to rethink assessment.

Review: CRADLE Seminar Series #4 2023 — Assessment and student identity formation

CRADLE's Ameena L Payne, Anastasia Umarova and Jessica Lees along with Deakin PhD student Angen Kisworo review CRADLE's latest seminar, Assessment and student identity formation: Becoming a (dis)abled student through assessment by Juuso Nieminen.

Assessment and student identity formation – CRADLE Seminar Series #4 2023

For our fourth seminar of 2023 we are pleased to welcome CRADLE Honorary Research Fellow Dr Juuso Nieminen from the University of Hong Kong. The seminar will set an agenda for understanding assessment from the viewpoint of student identities. Join us on Wednesday 5 April at 2pm.

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.

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