The 2006 conference and exhibition was the biggest and most rewarding e-Assessment Question to date, with over 200 delegates to the conference, and a further 100 exhibition visitors.
In addition to providing insight and practical guidance in to the use of computer based testing and assessment, the 2006 conference (the fourth e-Assessment Question) featured some exciting and innovative developments the highlights being
- the e-Assessment Question Debate - chaired by Kim Catcheside (BBC Radio Four Education Correspondent) - will tackle the crucial question ‘Teachers versus Computer - which is best for learning?’ with proposers and opposers from Sixth Form College, Farnborough and Dixons City Academy
- a range of relevant and important presentations in the Shaw Theatre examining
How to make e-Assessment robust and fit for purpose
Using e-Assessments to support Learning
- a series of technology forums, seminars and workshops reviewing recent product and process developments
- an important session looking at the development of professional awareness and standing for those engaged in e-Assessment.
- an expanded exhibition presenting many of the leading providers and developers of e-Assessment solutions.