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CETIS Assessment Roadshow kicks off

The CETIS Assessment Roadshow kicked off a tour of the UK this month with its first workshop at Herriot-Watt University.

The roadshow will provide sessions and workshops covering the use of computer-assisted assessment (CAA) solutions from both commercial vendors and research projects, and about the role that the IMS Question-and-test Interoperability (QTI) standards has in the development of assessment solutions.

The dates for future roadshow events are:

  • 19 March 2002 University of Hull (half-day workshop, free)
  • 20 March 2002 University of York (30 minute session at LTSN Psychology Learning and Teaching Conference)
  • 4 April 2002 Sheffield Hallam University (pre-conference half-day workshop at ALT Conference, 40 registration)
Further dates are to be confirmed. For more information, contact Niall Sclater (n.sclater@strath.ac.uk).

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