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Webinar: Delivering assessment online

Webinar: Delivering assessment online

Post-event resources (updated 05/10/2020)

Video recording

Slide deck 1 (Andrew McFaull – Kings College London)

Slide deck 2 (Ela Bryson – University of Hertfordshire)

Slides deck 3 (Anna Poole – University of Northampton)

21/08/2020 @ 10:30 am 11:30 am


In this session we have a panel of academics who deliver parts of their module assessment online. They will be sharing their experiences of using online platforms to assess students (formatively and summatively). Specifically, they will explain their drivers for bringing assessment online, considerations, lessons learned and the impact it has had on their teaching and the student learning experience. There will also be lots of time for Q&A and debate.

Who is this suitable for: Anyone with teaching and learning responsibilities in the UK and Irish HE sector. The content of the session will focus on delivering online assessment in quantitative/STEM disciplines.


Dr. Ela Bryson

Ela is a Senior Lecturer in Biosciences at the University of Hertfordshire. She is also co-author of Foundation Mathematics for Biosciences and uses MyLab Maths to formatively and summatively assess students. Ela will be sharing her experience of delivering various types of assessment online and will explore the challenge of preventing collusion with remote learning

Anna Poole

Anna is a Lecturer in Financial Management at the University of Northampton. The university has undergone transformational strategic pedagogical change over the last few years, moving to a revolutionary Active Blended Learning model. Anna will share her experiences of using online assessment and how it is leveraged to support a blended learning approach.

Dr. Andrew McFaull

Andrew is a Lecturer in Accounting and Finance at King’s College London. Managing large cohorts of students, he will discuss the importance of using online assessment tools to give timely feedback and how they can be used as a triage to capture struggling students. He will also share some of their experimental plans for providing feedback to students using digital tools for the next academic year.