LTI are the School’s point of contact for the support and development of assessment and feedback with technology (e-assessment). E-assessment can be diagnostic, formative or summative.
Why use it?
Technology enables new methods of assessment. Some of the benefits of using e-assessment in your courses (programmes) include:
⦿ Immediacy in feedback provision
⦿ Student access regardless of geographical locations or time-zones.
⦿ Reduced staff workloads
⦿ Enhanced quality of student feedback.
How we can help
Our aim is to improve assessment practices and processes within LSE. That covers the whole range of the assessment life-cycle from e-design of assessment to e-submission, e-marking, e-feedback and e-return.
⦿ We can discuss your requirements
⦿ We can provide examples of what has worked in other departments and
⦿ We can support your implementation of e-assessment.
⦿ We are also leading various e-assessment pilots across LSE which can help define and develop a roadmap for delivering future assessment requirements.
E-Assessment at LSE
For more information about how the TurnItIn originality check can be used by teachers and students, and accessed via Moodle, please see the Turnitin page and TurnItIn FAQs (staff and students).
⦿ easy authoring of online tests, including maths questions;
⦿ build interactive graphs and charts, and analyse data using a library of statistical functions;
⦿ assess algebraic expressions and more;
⦿ made for exams and revision. Students can work on equations, master concepts and improve understanding;
⦿ automatic marking and the provision of instant feedback;
⦿ adaptive marking that allows you to incorporate the student’s answers to earlier parts when marking their answer to another part.
If you are interested in using NUMBAS for your course or just want to find out more email LTI.Support@lse.ac.uk.
Dr Michael Muthukrishna for PS110
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Dr Harry Walker for AN300
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