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Grading 2.0: Evaluation in the Digital Age

 In this HASTAC forum, three Scholars invite you to consider evaluation and assessment in the face of new forms of digital media, new kinds of skills and technologies, and the ever-changing landscape of education and academia.




General information about Web 2.0 and emerging technologies in higher education


The 2009 Horizon Report (Australian and New Zealand edition).


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Web 2.0 Technologies in Higher Education: Some Examples


 A paper reporting two pilot projects using blog and wiki technologies for assessment purposes: http://www.sig-ed.org/jier/2009/JIER2009_article1.pdf


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Comments and Ideas about Web 2.0 / social media 


Report from Dr Tama Leaver, Curtin Uni, on authentic assessment and publicness of assessment using blogs and similar: http://www.tamaleaver.net/2009/11/17/learning-authenticity-online-policy-primers/


Resources on Assessment in Higher Education



Sadler (2009)

Innovative Assessment Across the Disciplines [PDF]. Hounsell, et al


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