[5] Several birds, one stone: Multi-benefit assessment design

PRESENTATION Author Richard Thomas College of Arts and Humanities Abstract Swansea University research continues to pioneer wider understandings of the growing trend of cheating within HE. The latest data from Prof. Phil Newton shows that one in seven recent graduates admit to paying others to complete their assignments; he suggests that the true figure might…

[15] Looking back to inform the future: Instigating change in practice

PRESENTATION Looking back to inform the future: Instigating change in practice Author Sara Jolly and Katrina Legg Slides Abstract In a Library induction by Elen Davies (Subject Librarian for the College of Human and Health Sciences) Sara Jolly (CHHS, Programme Director MSc Enhanced Professional Practice) was introduced to Dr Katrina Legg (Assistant Archivist) at the…

[40] Lifelong learning: to rubric or not to rubric

PECHA KUCHA Lifelong learning: to rubric or not to rubric Author Joy Jia Pecha Kucha SALT 2019 Joy Jia Abstract With the proliferation in digital technology, the threat of replacing human labour with artificial intelligence is imminent. Lifelong learning skills have become more imperative to the future employment. Criteria-referenced self-assessment is one of the tools…