Designing online assessments for Higher Education students
National - Introduction Series
Tue 28 May 2019, 12:30pm to 1:30pm EST
|Location||Online and at your desk, National|
|Cost inc. GST (Members)||$60|
|Cost inc. GST ||$88|
|Who should attend?||
Offering online assessments means that people outside your geographical area, people who are time poor or people who cannot attend classes regularly can get a chance to study. Online assessment, however, can result in some learners feeling disengaged. It can also increase the risk of cheating.
However, the best way to increase engagement and reduce cheating online is to increase your learners' motivation and their interest in why they are being assessed. Increasing the intrinsic or 'what's in it for me (WIIFM)' value of online assessments provides a win-win situation as it provides a better overall experience and improves learner completions while reducing the chances of cheating.
This webinar will provide a practical approach on how to design and manage online assessments. The session will also cover processes for managing the risk of online assessments.
- Understand the opportunities and threats of online assessment
- Determine which online activities best support different assessment requirements and learner needs
- Consider the best methods for managing online assessment files and outputs
- Understand the strategies for ensuring the authenticity of their learners’ work
Facilitated by: Allison Miller
Allison Miller has been a professional learning leader for nearly 25 years. More recently, Allison has been involved in writing assessment and learning tools to support audit rectification requirements, especially for the online environment. Allison has a Master of Learning and Development (Organisational Development), Bachelor of Education (Secondary Business), Diploma of VET, and Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. She also leads the ePortfolios Australia professional network and the annual Australian Eportfolio Forum.