Professor Geoff Crisp
Professor Geoff Crisp is a current Carrick Associate Fellow, HERDSA Fellow and author of the e-assessment Handbook. He has had a prestigious career in Chemistry, before concentrating on learning and teaching in higher education. He is currently Director, Centre of Learning and Professional Development and Director, Online Education, University of Adelaide.
Presentation - e-Assessment: beyond simple multiple choice
This presentation offers an opportunity to reflect on assessment practices that encourage active student engagement and that afford students the opportunity to demonstrate their development of higher order capabilities. Examples of interactive e-assessment tasks from a range of disciplines will be used to illustrate how teachers can provide a more authentic assessment environment for students. Professor Crisp talks about his Carrick Associate Fellowship project which involves developing a selection of examples of how academic staff can prepare interactive computer-based assessments. The aim is to move beyond simple multiple choice questions to provide much richer, authentic and meaningful assessment tasks for students.
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Investigate further the Carrick e-assessment project website.
Assoc Professor Janet Taylor interviews Professor Geoff Crisp to gain an understanding of the alignment between online learning and e-assessment.
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Engaging students through e-assessment