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Presentation Files for 7th CAA Conference 2003

Presentation files require Microsoft PowerPoint. The list is incomplete as some presenters used laptops.

Presenter Files
Paul Blayney
(University of Sydney)
Automated marking of individualised spreadsheet assignments: the impact of different formative self-assessment options
(PowerPoint file size: 184 KB)
James Christie
Automated Marking for Essay Content ~ does it work?
(PowerPoint file size: 333 KB)
Carol Collins
(University of Luton)
Performance based analysis for profiling skills and competencies for progress files
(PowerPoint file size: 511 KB)
Phil Davies
(University of Glamorgan “Super U”)
The Automatic Generation of ‘Marks for Marking’ within the Computerised Peer-Assessment of Essays
(PowerPoint file size: 1164 KB)
Paul Davis and Garry Cleere
(Oxford University)
ECDL Test Development and Validation Process
(PowerPoint file size: 550 KB)
Stuart Hepplestone
(Sheffield Hallam University)
Strategies for coping with unexpected uptake of CBA
(PowerPoint file size: 670 KB)
Mhairi McAlpine (University of Glasgow)
and Ian Hesketh
(University of Strathclyde)
Multiple Response Questions - Allowing for chance in authentic assessments
(PowerPoint file size: 211 KB)
Tom Mitchell, Nicola Aldridge (Intelligent Assessment Technologies Ltd.)
Walter Williamson
(University of Dundee)
Computer Based Testing of Medical Knowledge
(PowerPoint file size: 617 KB)
Emanuela Moreale and Maria Vargas-Vera
(Open University)
Genre Analysis and the Automated Extraction of Arguments from Student Essays
(PowerPoint file size: 762 KB)
Dave O’Hare
(University of Derby)
Andrew Boyle
(National Foundation for Educational Research)
Finding appropriate methods to assure quality Computer-Based Assessment development in UK Higher Education
(PowerPoint file size: 259 KB)
Phil Denton
(Liverpool JMU)
Evaluation of the ‘Electronic Feedback’ Marking Assistant and Analysis of a Novel Collusion Detection Facility
(PowerPoint file size: 651 KB)
Dr Kevin Palmer
(Coleg Llandrillo)
On-line Assessment and Free Response Input in Literature Learning Objects– a Pedagogic and Technical Model for Squaring the Circle
(PowerPoint file size: 183 KB)
J. Parellada
(Universitat de Barcelona)
Standardization of physics exercises.
Dynamical generation of data

(PowerPoint file size: 706 KB)
Richard Parsons
(university of Dundee)
Self, Peer and Tutor Assessment of Text Online. Design, Delivery and Analysis
(PowerPoint file size: 456 KB)
Chris Ricketts,
Paul Filmore, Roy Lowry & Sally Wilks
(University of Plymouth)
How should we measure the costs (and benefits?) of computer aided assessment?
(PowerPoint file size: 686 KB)
Mark Russell & Peter Bullen
University of Hertfordshire
Improving student success through implementation of weekly, student unique, CAA tutorial sheets.
(PowerPoint file size: 2805 KB)
Chris Sealy, John Winkley
Paul Humphries (Edexcel)
Dorit Reppert (CCEA)
‘At the Coal Face’
Experiences of Computer-based Exams

(PowerPoint file size: 1390 KB)
Gavin Sim, Naveed Malik,
Phil Holifield
Strategies for large-scale assessment: an institutional analysis of research and practice in a virtual university
(PowerPoint file size: 646 KB)
Joanne Smailes
Northumbria University
Strategies for engaging students in computer based assessment – Stage 1, Taking stock
(PowerPoint file size: 90 KB)
Pete Thomas, Carina Paine and Blaine Price
(Open University)
Student experiences of remote computer based examinations
(PowerPoint file size: 324 KB)
Bill Warburton
(University of Southampton)
CAA in UK HE: The State of the Art
(PowerPoint file size: 355 KB)
Kathy Wiles
(LTSN Generic Centre)
Dr. Simon Ball
(JISC TechDis)
Constructing Accessible CAA: minor works or major renovations?
(PowerPoint file size: 225 KB)
Andrew Young and Steven Cafferty
(University of Salford)
Simulation as a tool for Computer Assisted Formative Assessment - First Aid as a case study
(PowerPoint file size: 91 KB)