Using technology as a way of evolving assessment practice

Authors

  • Sandra Clarke University of Greenwich

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21100/compass.v11i1.715

Keywords:

Assessment, Learning Technology

Abstract

The author discusses changing the assessment on a content-heavy  course by utilising tools readily available in Moodle.

Author Biography

Sandra Clarke, University of Greenwich

Head of Department of Law and Criminology

References

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Clarke S., Crofts, S., Laycock A. and Phillips E. (2010) ‘Exceeding the Boundaries of Formulaic Assessment: Innovation and Creativity in the Law School.’ The Law Teacher 44(3), 334-364.

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Published

2018-04-24