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Approaching assessment in hybrid learning: design, security and integrity

We often refer to assessment as the critical intersection of learning and teaching where student learning outcomes and teaching efficacy can be evaluated, and it’s receiving greater scrutiny than ever before. Changes in assessment are afoot, as learning institutions contend with various developments including the possibilities and challenges of digitally-enhanced education delivery, and how technology can be best embraced for the digital, post-pandemic era.

We often refer to assessment as the critical intersection of learning and teaching where student learning outcomes and teaching efficacy can be evaluated, and it’s receiving greater scrutiny than ever before. Changes in assessment are afoot, as learning institutions contend with various developments including the possibilities and challenges of digitally-enhanced education delivery, and how technology can be best embraced for the digital, post-pandemic era.

How can institutions conduct assessment that is truly compatible with our hybrid future, mitigating cheating and misconduct risks and enabling both educators and students to thrive? Download our ebook to learn more.


What the ebook covers:
  • Strategies for balancing assessment security measures and student experience
  • How institutions in Asia Pacific are transitioning to assessment in hybrid learning environments
  • Tips for creating fair and accurate assessment and connecting it to daily teaching practice
  • Picking the right assessment and grading software to ease administrative pressures and support learning outcomes
  • A university case study on the use of Gradescope to enable grading to flourish in hybrid learning
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When exams are not fair nor inclusive, they become vulnerable to misconduct, resulting in missed learning opportunities. When exams do not cover what was taught, students may feel stressed and vulnerable. These missed opportunities can compound and widen learning gaps. And in the context of online, remote and hybrid learning, transparency in assessment is critical.

Kansai University

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