Facilitator: Katherine Lithgow (Centre for Teaching Excellence)
Location: MC 2036
Panos Vlachopoulos (Associate Dean Quality & Standards, Faculty of Arts
Sherrie Love, (Senior Learning Designer, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences) from Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia
Panos and Sherrie outline the design, development and implementation process of a pedagogically sound and technologically workable and sustainable solution to programmatic assessment using an eportfolio tool across an entire Faculty.
Programmatic Assessment is often part of a continuum which begins with the development of specific capabilities for graduates, and then aligns the capabilities with learning activities and measurable assessment opportunities across a program of study. The use of an electronic portfolio (eportfolio) tool, the provision of longitudinal tutorial support and credible feedback are often the key design challenges for programmatic assessment and these form key points of discussion in this webinar.
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