THE Campus webinar: what’s the future of higher education assessment?

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A panel of teaching and learning experts from THE Campus+ institutions around the world discuss how can institutions create evaluations that are fair, robust and credible
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A panel of teaching and learning experts discussed the future of assessments in higher education including how to design formative assessments, the role that machine learning can play and how educators should approach grading. 

The panellists include: 

Catherine Wehlburg, provost and vice-president for academic affairs at Athens State University

Layal Hakim, a senior lecturer in the department of mathematics at the University of Exeter

Kimberly Wilder-Davis, an academic and digital development advisor for the University of Glasgow

Monica Contrino, a professor and academic coordinator for the Business School of Digital Education at Tecnológico de Monterrey

All the participants are from institutions that are Campus+ partners. Campus+ is a unique opportunity to become a contributing partner to the resources, tools and advice published on THE Campus. 

Alongside an institutional profile page, where the advice and insights authored by individuals at the institution are displayed, Campus+ partners also receive dedicated guidance and support from the THE Campus editorial team and access to the THE Campus editorial publishing schedule. Learn more about THE Campus+.


A panel of teaching and learning experts from around the world discuss the latest thinking on online and in-person assessments, grading and student feedback in this THE Campus+ webinar