Support for the management of bunching of assessment tasks

As the process of assessment data validation is now taking place we thought it timely to remind staff of the Task Clustering by Course report to support the management of bunching of assessment tasks. The report has been developed to draw on data from SITS and is designed to allow course teams to check submission dates for all modules on a course and where relevant, consider the impact on other courses of a change to an assessment date.

Guidance on how to use the report is available in Assessment Essentials.

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Support for the management of bunching of assessment tasks

At the start of the Assessment Journey Programme we consulted staff about their reporting requirements in relation to assessment and feedback, and we are currently developing a suite of reports to meet these needs.

We are pleased to announce the release of a Task Clustering by Course report to support the management of bunching of assessment tasks. The report draws on data from Assessment Scheduler and is designed to allow course teams to check submission dates for all modules on a course and where relevant, consider the impact on other courses of a change to an assessment date.

Guidance on how to use the report is available in Assessment Essentials.

We’d value your feedback – please contact us at ! Assessment Journey Programme

Map My Programme Masterclass

A workshop has been arranged for the 21 January 2016 to demonstrate the course-level assessment and feedback visualiser tool, Map My Programme.  The workshop will be led by one of the developers of the tool, Simon Walker from Greenwich University’s Educational Development Unit.  This will be useful for courses seeking to improve satisfaction with assessment and feedback or raise attainment and could be particularly useful for course teams preparing for validation or review activities. Read more about the workshop.

To book a place your place, please email Dean Rhodes at  d.m.rhodes@shu.ac.uk