R & D project

Electronic management of assessment

Exploring how technology can support the assessment lifecycle, from the electronic submission of assignments to marking and feedback


This project was archived on 1 September 2016

  • 2 years and 4 months

    Ended 30 Jun 2016

  • Budget:

    £50k to £250k

  • Expected outcome:


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Meet the project team

Lisa Gray
Lisa Gray

Senior co-design manager, Jisc

Marianne Sheppard

Marianne Sheppard

Jisc infoNet

Gill Ferrell

Gill Ferrell

Independent consultant

Project timeline

This project ran until summer 2016

The journey of an assessment

An assessment passes through many hands and even more systems on its way from setting to recording the final mark. Partially because it...

Updated product comparisons

It’s a couple of years now since we had a flurry of activity around people sharing and discussing product comparisons (search on...

New resources for FE and skills

We’re pleased to announce the launch of a new guide on technology-enhanced assessment and feedback which has a focus on FE and...

Electronic management of assessment (EMA) in higher education: processes and systems

Getting started with small scale EMA

Not all universities or colleges are currently implementing EMA organisation-wide. Some of you have told us you are looking for guidance...

EMA in HE: processes draft for comment

This is a draft version of content for a new Jisc guide on EMA processes and systems that will complement the existing guide. Here on the...

EMA Self-assessment tool update

Work is progressing well on a diagnostic tool that will help you assess the state of progress with electronic management of assessment in...

Our 10 step EMA process

This post is intended to support an activity during the Jisc Learning and Teaching Experts Practice Group meeting on 14th October....

Naming the ‘EMA toolkit’

We’re starting to think about a name for our EMA toolkit, which will be the home for many of the outputs of this project (see...

Electronic management of assessment project starts.