Assessment is a core academic activity and an essential component of the learning and teaching process.
Assessment practices are designed to contribute to high quality student learning and underpin the development, delivery and quality assurance of units and courses. Assessment should both help students learn (assessment for learning) and measure explicit evidence of their learning (assessment of learning).
The Learning and Teaching Centre (LTC) supports good practice in assessment by providing academic staff with:
- an assessment policy, procedures and guidelines
- support and advice on assessment strategies, methods and tools from the Academic Developers, Educational Designers or eLearning Advisors.
- professional development workshops, seminars, webinars for those seeking advice on assessment design including working with Turnitin GradeMark and developing assessment rubrics.
For helpful resources on criterion referenced assessment, learning outcomes, aligning outcomes, attributes and assessment, formative and summative assessment, marking and moderation, eportfolios and authentic and research-led assessment, please visit the Assessment section of the LTC website.
Marking and Moderation
The following link is an LTC produced video showcase of the good practice in marking and moderation being undertaken by ACU staff. The videos are introduced with a 5minute long ‘Highlights’ video followed by a sequence of videos featuring staff from various Faculties and campuses who represent different disciplines, stages of careers, gender, and age.
The purpose of these videos is to provide inspiration and ideas to problem solve across disciplines and campuses at ACU. All the staff featured have agreed to respond to your further queries.
Video: Marking and Moderation Highlights (requires ACU login)