Author Archives: Gill Ferrell

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. One of the aims of our EMA work is to help you implement processes that meet all necessary quality standards but which are no more complex than they need to be. Principles underlying the approach … Read more

Assessment and Feedback institutional checklist

The toolkit working group will be looking at the usefulness of tools & checklists over the next few weeks so here’s an example just to get us thinking. Comments welcome Checklist for institutional Self-Assessment Strategy and policy Is your institution’s approach to assessment and feedback articulated in institutional strategy and, if so, at what level … Read more

European EMA workshop – programme details

The programme for the workshop with European partners is now published and there are still some free places available. EUNIS E-Learning Task Force Workshop Abertay University, Dundee, Scotland, 9th June 2015, Events Area, Kydd Building Electronic Management of Assessment and Assessment Analytics The workshop will explore how technology can be used to enhance assessment and feedback … Read more

Electronic Management of Assessment and Assessment Analytics Workshop

EUNIS E-Learning Task Force Workshop University of Abertay, Dundee, Scotland, 9th June 2015, 10.00-16.00  The workshop will explore how technology can be used to enhance assessment and feedback activities and streamline associated administration and how we might make use of assessment data to improve learning. Across Europe universites are struggling with similar issues of bringing … Read more

EMA at Queen’s University Belfast

Background and context Queen’s University Belfast (QUB) is a broad-based research-intensive institution with 20 Schools, 11 Institutes, 2 University Colleges and 8 Directorates. The student body is primarily full time undergraduates from Northern Ireland. This case study looks at work undertaken in the period 2011 to 2014 as part of the Jisc assessment and feedback … Read more