In late November 2016, the Australasian Council on Open, Distance and e-Learning (ACODE) and Pearson Australia commended applicants at their Innovation in Technology Enhanced Learning Awards. Celebrating innovative practice in the field, across the Australasian Tertiary Education Sector. ACODE & Pearson stated that all entries were of an exceptional standard, which was a great demonstration of the work being done by educators around Australasia to help learners achieve their goals.
Amongst the award-winning recipients, REVIEW: Software to Improve assessment was awarded Highly Commended. Acknowledged for its successful commercial implementation into multiple universities — helping both students and academic staff align assessments with graduate attributes.
REVIEW created by Dr Darrall Gene Thompson (University of Technology, Sydney) reduces staff and student focus on percentage marks and grades. A proven method of producing more well-rounded university graduates.
In addition to the judging panel commending REVIEW for its focus on aligning assessments with graduate attributes. REVIEW was highly commended for taking an innovative approach to supporting reporting for AACSB accreditation and implementing other quality management techniques.
Our team at Academ are proud to have achieved industry recognition as a leading software solution in innovative learning technology. With a rich understanding of the importance of implementing the Assurance of Learning (AoL) principles. We continually strive to assist educators in improving student learning and development.
If you are currently looking to implement an Assurance of Learning (AoL) based solution that will automate the marking of criteria-based assessment of students — formulated by program learning goals and graduate attributes. ACADEM can assist you in seamlessly introducing REVIEW to your organisation.
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This post is originally from ACADEM — an award winning application & software development company specialising in educational software for the education sector.