Integrated Programme Assessment (IPA): Reduced Assessment and Better Graduates
Professor Mariann Rand-Weaver BSc (Hons), PhD, FRSB, PFHEA Pro Vice Chancellor (Quality Assurance and Enhancement) Brunel University, London
Towards a national exam in medical education - experiences with the pilot in 2017 Jan Frich, Professor, Avdeling for helseledelse og helseøkonomi Institutt for helse og samfunn Universitetet i Oslo
Crash course in academic writing: Interim evaluation of the use of assessment criteria when providing feedback to freshman students
Sverre Tveit, University lecturer, UiA Dina Møll Schoder, Research librarian, UiA
Room: BU 031
The Norwegian National Qualification Framework defines the content of the study programmes, formative assessment during the courses and final examinations. International trends points to more digitization and supranational accreditation of study programmes and schools. At the same time, there is an increased focus on learning and learning competences of the students often challenged by these trends.
How will digitization and the need for standardised documentation expressed in accreditation programmes on one hand and an increased interest in finding new learning methods affect the discourse of assessment and the assessment methods in higher education?