Items with Tag: Phillip Dawson
1,300 years is long enough: it’s pens down for the exam hall
January 16, 2023
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.
What are the big questions in inclusive assessment? A review of the CRADLE symposium 2021 panel discussion.
November 3, 2021
In this post, Karla Wells-Duerr reviews the public panel discussion from this year’s CRADLE symposium....
Cheating and online learning – CRADLE Seminar Series 21 September 2021: Review by Dr Edd Pitt
October 5, 2021
In this review, we hear from Dr Edd Pitt, a CRADLE Honorary Research Fellow and...
CRADLE Seminar Series: Ask me anything about cheating and online learning – with Prof Phillip Dawson, 21 Sept 2021, 2pm AEST
September 13, 2021
Our next event in the CRADLE Seminar Series is a live and interactive Q&A session...
E-cheating and assessment security: new video series
August 23, 2021
In this post we hear from Professor Phill Dawson who leads research into academic integrity...
How do people learn from feedback in the workplace? – Review – CRADLE seminar series 3 August 2021
August 12, 2021
So what have we learned about feedback seeking and sharing in the workplace? Honorary Professor...