Apode week: Digital assessments: A form of flexible learning
Digital assessments have become significantly critical as part of the digital learning and teaching process, as technology provides not only teaching and learning opportunities but also assessment mechanisms, including productive
Digital assessments have become significantly critical as part of the digital learning and teaching process, as technology provides not only teaching and learning opportunities but also assessment mechanisms, including productive feedback. With the rapid development of educational technology, e.g. the evolving of Artificial Intelligence, and the expansion of related research, digital assessments allow educators to create, design, and grade assessments at any time and anywhere, either in a summative or formative manner for the real-world challenges of the future workplaces.
In the new reality of flexible learning, innovative forms of assessments can provide enhanced student engagement and empower staff as well as students in their daily academic practices. The aim of this session is to generate a discussion on the ways to develop pedagogically sound as well as student-centred digital assessments, which serves as a pre-2024 FLANZ conference conversation to invite submissions in this domain.
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Kwong Nui is an Associate Professor/Associate Dean of Learning and Teaching at Sydney International School of Technology and Commerce after being the Learning, Teaching and Innovation Manager at International College of Management Sydney for a short term. Prior to this, she was seconded as a Senior Advisor/Senior Lecturer at Graduate Research School in Auckland University of Technology in conjunction with her position of Senior Lecture/Learning and Teaching Consultant at AUT Learning Transformation LAB (altLAB). From 2015 to September 2020, I was an academic developer/lecturer at the Centre for Academic Development, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.
This event is organised as part of the Asia-Pacific Online and Distance Education Week (APODE) by Flexible Learning Association of New Zealand (FLANZ) and Open and Distance Learning Association of Australia (ODLAA). Globally, we partner with EDEN Digital Learning Europe who will be holding the European Open and Digital Learning Week (EODLW) together with the Coimbra Group Education Innovation and Doctoral Studies Working Groups and the United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA), who will be holding its National Distance Learning Week (NDLW).
(Monday) 11:00 pm - 11:00 pm(GMT+13:00) View in my time