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A critical look at the impact of e-assessment on education
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The aim of the Cambridge Assessment Conference is to raise fundamental issues about assessment and its use in modern education systems. In 2007, the theme of the conference will be the use of e-assessment and the likely impact that it will have on education. In thinking about e-assessment, what can we say about where we might be in the next five years? Where might we not be in the next ten years? As one of the speakers said in our first conference, it is often not a question of being clear about the technological solutions but about what we want. This third conference will provide an opportunity to debate that and other issues which surround the issue of e-assessment. The conference will be open to anyone who wishes to attend. Application forms will be available in the early part of 2007.
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