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A must-attend webinar for anyone in higher education interested in exploring effective digital approaches to assessment.

Do we know what good assessment and feedback practice looks like in our digital age? Many have reconsidered their assessment practice over the last 2 years as the sector was forced into adapting to a pandemic environment. There has been much learning from that experience, but are we truly using digital approaches to ensure we are assessing the right things, in the right ways?

In this webinar, practitioners from the PebblePad community will share examples of innovative assessment practice, using the latest research from Jisc on what ‘good’ assessment looks like to frame the discussion. To set the scene, Gill Ferrell and Sarah Knight will introduce the newly updated Jisc Principles of Good Assessment and Feedback Practice, and discuss how they can be used to drive change. A panel discussion responding to your questions will conclude the session.


What you can expect from the webinar ...

    • An introduction to the principles, and key survey outcomes and resources from the latest Jisc research

    • Practitioner examples that are aligned to the core principles

    • Our expert contributors will discuss and respond to questions about the ways assessment and feedback are evolving in higher education.

The session will be of interest to anyone with an interest in what the future of assessment and feedback could look like, and exploring tools and approaches that can enable that.
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An expert-led session

Facilitated by Lisa Gray, PebblePad's own Senior Consultant (Learning, Teaching and Assessment), our webinar will feature Dr. Gill Ferrell from 1EdTech and EUNIS and Sarah Knight from  Jisc, who will be joined by trailblazing practitioners from The University of Edinburgh (UK), and Murdoch University and James Cook University (Australia)

Book your place

Broadcast Date: Tuesday, 24 May, 2022 at 8:30-10:00 BST (London Time) / 17:30-19:00 AEST (Sydney time) 
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes 
Location: Online Zoom Meeting Space

The session will be recorded and we will provide the recording link to everyone who has registered.