From the schoolroom and lecture theatre, to the Learning and Skills sector, to the workplace and to the offices of education management and policy makers - all will be radically affected by the era of e-Assessment. Just as assessment inevitably sets the agenda for learning, so e-Assessment will define the processes, the quality, the timing and the location for the achievement of qualifications and the recognition of learning in the 21st century.
The impact on the learners, on those who deliver learning and on those who set policy and strategy will be profound. It is the impact of these radical changes and how we deal with them that this conference addresses.
The challenge is how to make these developments efficient, trusted and cost-effective whilst retaining the validity and reliability of the assessments and minimising the impact on the learners and on those delivering the assessments.
The e-Assessment Question delivers a very full programme of speakers offering practical guidance and support on the use and implementation of e-Assessment.