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7th International Computer Assisted Assessment (CAA) Conference

This conference focuses on the use of I.T in the assessment process in HE (Higher Education). CAA (Computer Assisted Assessment) is becoming increasingly common and this event will be of interest to new practitioners, academic enthusiasts as well as policy makers and administrators.

Session which may be of interest include:

9th July, 14:50-16:10 - Constructing Accessible CBA: Minor Works or Major Renovations? by Kathy Wiles (LTSN) and Simon Ball (TechDis).

Date: from 07 July, 2003 to 08 July, 2003
Venue: Loughborough University, Loughborough, UK
Event website: http://www.caaconference.com/
Contact email: caa-conf@lboro.ac.uk

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