Member Event: Transforming Assessment with Adaptive Questions Online

7 March 2012 - 7:00am - 8:00am

Professor Geoffrey Crisp (RMIT University, Australia) and Dr Mathew Hillier (University of Queensland, Australia) invite you to the next live session:

Presenter: Dr Richard (Dick) Bacon (University of Surrey, UK)

Conventional e-problems in physics are being adapted to take advantage of features offered by a new assessment system (SToMP II). These include alternative mal-rule based wrong answers to support targeted feedback and adaptive questions to offer multiple tries. These two features are being used together to transform the assessment experience for many students from one of failure to one of learning and eventual success.

Participants are encouraged to share their ideas and resources.

Wednesday, 7 March 2012 at GMT/UTC 07:00. See your equivalent local time at:
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A recording of the session will be published after the event.

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Further information:
These webinars are part of a series of free events being held in 2012.
Invited expert speakers have agreed to deliver on a range of e-assessment topics throughout the series covering examples from around the world showcasing e-assessment and the use of technologies in education. Further information on this and future events, recordings of past events, further project information and participation/technical help on using the virtual classroom system can be found on our website at

These free webinars are supported by RMIT University and The University of Queensland. The views expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of the sponsoring institutions.

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