Issues and challenges with assessment in Stand Alone Moodle

Farley, Helen, Murphy, Angela, Bedford, Tasman and Orth, Gary (2013). Issues and challenges with assessment in Stand Alone Moodle. In: e-Assessment Scotland 2013: Transforming Assessment Sessions, Dundee, Scotland, (). 19-30 August, 2013.

Author Farley, Helen
Murphy, Angela
Bedford, Tasman
Orth, Gary
Title of paper Issues and challenges with assessment in Stand Alone Moodle
Conference name e-Assessment Scotland 2013: Transforming Assessment Sessions
Conference location Dundee, Scotland
Conference dates 19-30 August, 2013
Publisher Transforming Assessment
Publication Year 2013
Sub-type Oral presentation
Open Access Status
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary
Institutions are increasingly relying on digital technologies that require internet access to support learning and teaching, particularly from a distance. As these technologies are adopted, certain groups become excluded from participation, specifically those cohorts without access to reliable internet.

The ‘From Access to Success’ project will develop and deploy a sustainable and innovative learning management system (LMS) called Stand-Alone Moodle (SAM) that is internet-independent. In the first instance, SAM is being deployed in correctional centres where incarcerated students are not able to access the internet. This session will explore the issues and challenges surrounding assessment associated with this project.
Q-Index Code EX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Non-UQ

Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry
 
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