Dr Debbie Holley and David Biggins presented a paper, co-authored with Dr Marketa Zezulkova and George Evangelinos, at the 3rd EAI International Conference on e-Learning e-Education and Online Training (eLEOT) in Dublin between 31st August and 2nd September 2016. The paper was entitled Digital Competence and Capability Frameworks in the Context of Learning, Self-Development and… Read more » about Best paper award for CEL
Assessment and feedback
A report published yesterday by QAA explores the growing threat to UK higher education from custom essay writing services, or ‘essay mills’. It looks at how these services operate, gives examples from their websites, and highlights the claims they make, in particular their guarantees of being ‘plagiarism free’. QAA was commissioned to carry out this… Read more » about Plagiarism in Higher Education – Custom essay writing services: an exploration and next steps for the UK higher education sector – a report from QAA
The newly revised Generic Assessment Criteria (6F – Generic Assessment Criteria: Procedure) were published on 14th June. The criteria have been reviewed by a CEL-led working group, with representatives from Faculties, SUBU and ADQ, and incorporate several important improvements. To support the principle of assessment for learning, feedforward statements have been incorporated to underpin future… Read more » about Generic Assessment Criteria – newly revised
Colleagues – apologies for cross posting =================== The University of Southampton is very pleased to welcome Professor David Boud of Deakin University, Australia, who will be delivering a keynote on ‘Ensuring assessment has a high impact on learning‘ on Wednesday 7 September, 12.30-13.20. We would be delighted if colleagues involved with learning and teaching within your university would like… Read more » about Invitation: Professor David Boud of Deakin University, Australia, keynote on ‘Ensuring assessment has a high impact on learning’ on Wednesday 7 September, 12.30-13.20.
A 5 minute update on work within the Employability theme from Anne Quinney from yesterday’s CEL AwayDay. Click here to view the video.