A two day conference for practitioners and developers of e-Assessment

Prize for Best Paper

In recognition of the outstanding contributions made to the field of CAA, the CAA Conference Advisory Committee awards the ‘Joanna Bull Prize for Best Paper’ annually.


In 2007, the prize for Best Paper was awarded to Gary B. Wills, Christopher P. Bailey, Hugh C. Davis, Lester Gilbert, Yvonne Howard, Steve Jeyes, David E. Millard, Joseph Price, Niall Sclater, Robert Sherratt, Iain Tulloch, Rowin Young for An e-Learning Framework for Assessment (FREMA) (PDF file size: 807KB)


This year the Joanna Bull prize for Best paper went to Bill Warburton of Southampton University (www.soton.ac.uk) for Quick Wins or Slow Burn? Modelling UK HE CAA uptake (PDF file size: 108KB).


The 2005 Joanna Bull prize for Best Paper was awarded to Andrew Boyle of the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (www.qca.org.uk) for Sophisticated Tasks in E-assessment: What are they and what are their benefits?


In 2004 we were pleased to award the prize, along with a free delegate place, to Robert Harding of the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate (UCLES) for his paper Thinking Skills Tests for University Admission.