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The resources in this topic support staff with the marking of student assessments, as well as moderation activities that are designed to ensure appropriate marking standards are applied consistently and fairly.
Assessment requires careful management to ensure the quality of our teaching and feedback. It is important that the management of assessment is closely linked to assessment design in order for assessment processes and outputs to be well-aligned.
An additional and important part of managing assessments is preventing unfair practices in assessment, including plagiarism in work submitted for assessment.
Dr Annabel Cartwright of Cardiff University's School of Physics & Astronomy presents at the Centre for Education Innovation's 2017 Learning & Teaching Conference on the subject of 'Successful deployment of lecture capture & e-assessment'
TopicsFlipping the classroom | Small group teaching | Large group teaching | Delivering lectures | Managing assessments |
Dr Michael Munnik of Cardiff University's School of History, Archaeology and Religion presents at the Centre for Education Innovation's 2017 Learning & Teaching Conference on the subject of 'Please turn on your devices: Inviting mobile technology
TopicsSmall group teaching | Large group teaching | Delivering lectures | Managing assessments |
A factsheet on how the Business School has been providing students with individualised exam feedback
This resource looks at the reasons why students might plagiarise.
This resource focuses on how institutions and teachers can teach international students about how to avoid plagiarism, ensure they have the necessary skills to avoid it, and deal fairly with cases amongst international students when they do occur.
This external resource from the Centre for the Study of Higher Education, University of Melbourne, gives a useful summary on how to assess group work.
This publication has been developed by a group of experts in the field of higher education to provide a strong rationale for transforming assessment in higher education.
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