As we embark on a new academic year, the Digital Assessment team would like to highlight our training and support offerings to administrative and academic staff currently using, or looking to explore, the Wiseflow platform (AssessmentUCL) for their assessments. HereContinue reading… Training & Support for Wiseflow in 2023-24
Yesterday I attended the QAA online Annual Conference 2023 – The Future of Quality: What’s Next? I was co-presenting along with Professor Michael Grove, Deputy Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education Policy and Standards), University of Birmingham in a session entitled ‘Redesigning assessments forContinue reading… QAA conference: Redesigning assessments for a world with artificial intelligence
As part of AI and Education experts’ group at UCL, the Assessment design workstream, led by Mary Richardson, recognized the need to provide timely and practical staff guidance on how to navigate both the opportunities and challenges presented by theContinue reading… Designing Assessment for an AI enabled world
Last week I attended a ‘train the trainers’ workshop at Cardiff University. The workshop introduced the EAT Framework, suggesting and modelling ways of using the framework to support ‘rethinking’ in assessment and feedback. The EAT project is all about enhancingContinue reading… Using the EAT framework to enhance Equity, Agency and Transparency in Assessment by incorporating student-centred assessment practices.
Turnitin Draft Coach is an add-in of Microsoft Word online. It serves as an integrity coach that helps students improve their academic writing and research skills. So, students can correct any accidental plagiarism, citations, and grammar issues before submitting theirContinue reading… Turnitin Draft Coach
Some time back in November 2022, before ChatGPT fever hit the mainstream, Eliot Hoving, Leo Havemann and myself launched a mini project around Academic Integrity at UCL. The topic had been prevalent for Eliot and myself in our conversations withContinue reading… Academic integrity at UCL: Student & Staff perspectives
The AssessmentUCL (WISEflow) platform has seen several new features added in recent weeks – please see below to read more on the improvements made to the marking, management and authoring of assessments online, summarised below. For a deeper dive, pleaseContinue reading… New features released in WISEflow (AssessmentUCL)
We have an exciting opportunity for you to join the UCL Digital Assessment Team as Digital Assessment Advisor. In this role you will be working with a number of faculties to understand and support their assessment and feedback practice. YouContinue reading… Would you like to join our team?
Early in 2023, Leo Havemann and I ran workshops on Designing Assessments for Academic Integrity (including AI) – one in February and an update in March (material and links below). The original idea (way back in December 2022 whenContinue reading… Designing Assessment for Academic Integrity (and AI)
This term, the Digital Assessment team are working on the development of ‘blueprints’ for the AssessmentUCL platform, enabling staff to self-support assessment approaches that have been known to be particularly involved or require advanced support. These blueprints will supplement existingContinue reading… AssessmentUCL Blueprints