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We warmly invite you attend a webinar on the electronic management of assessment (EMA) project.
The term EMA is increasingly being used to describe the way that technology can be used to support the management of the assessment and feedback lifecycle, including the electronic submission of assignments, e-marking and e-feedback.
The webinar aims to both inform participants of what has been learned so far, and engage participants in the next steps with the project. We will:
- Share the findings from the first stage of the research, the recently published landscape review into EMA
- Discuss the prioritised and refined challenges emerging from consultation to date (please see the project blog for a discussion of these challenges, and add your own perspectives through the comments field)
- Discuss the next steps for this work and introduce how a service design approach will help us to move from challenges to solutions
- Provide an overview of how attendees can get involved with the project as it moves forward.
Please note: There will be a brief introduction to the findings so far, although participants are encouraged to look at the landscape review in advance as the main purpose of the session will be to take the work forward in terms of prioritising and solution finding.
Who should attend
The webinar will be of interest to anyone with an interest in the electronic management of assessment, primarily those responsible for and involved with EMA implementation within their institutions, including:
- Learning technologists
- E-learning managers
- Teaching staff
- Administrative staff
- IT staff.
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If you have any queries about the webinar, please contact email@example.com.
The Jisc EMA project is working in collaboration with the Heads of e-Learning Forum (HeLF) and the Universities and Colleges Information Systems Association (UCISA) to support institutions to maximise the benefits the technology has to offer.