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September 2017

CALL: EFFECT Project Teaching Enhancement Workshop on Inclusion and Citizenship Skills

September 27

As part of the EUA-led EFFECT project, there will be a teaching enhancement workshop on inclusion and citizenship skills on 27 September in Paris. The call for participation for this workshop can be found here, and has been extended until 4 September. The workshop is linked to the 1st European Learning & Teaching Forum, which is also being organised in Paris on 28 and 29 September. The early bird deadline for this expires on 23 August. The programme of the…

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Technology Enabled Assessment: Evidence-based Discussion

September 27 @ 10:00 am - 3:30 pm
National Forum,
19 Dawson Street
Dublin, Dublin Ireland
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This workshop presents the preliminary findings of a National Forum IRC funded research project (carried out by a research team in TCD). It will facilitate discussion on the evidence for: technology enabled assessment and staff efficiencies; plagiarism; models of assessment design; learning environment   Register Here

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October 2017

Enhancing Policies and Procedures to Support Assessment OF/FOR/AS Learning

October 18 @ 10:00 am - 3:30 pm
National Forum,
19 Dawson Street
Dublin, Dublin Ireland
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This workshop, draws on the findings from two National Forum projects, to encourage a debate on: What current institutional assessment policies are available and to what extent are these enabling? How can we develop and guide sustainable institutional assessment policies?   Register Here

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Assessment Symposium

October 31 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Wood Quay,
Dublin City Council Civic Offices,
Dublin 8, Ireland
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This symposium presents an overview of the challenges and enablers from the Assessment theme, including: assessment load; programme assessment approaches; grading issues; developing students as partners; work-based assessment. The speakers include Professor Tony Harland (University of Otago, New Zealand) on ‘Assessment Arms Race: Slow scholarship and over assessment’ Register Here

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