McDowell, L., Smailes, J., Sambell, K., Sambell, A. & Wakelin, D. (2008). Evaluating assessment strategies through collaborative evidence‐based practice: can one tool fit all?. Innovations in Education and Teaching International. 45(2), 143-153. doi:10.1080/14703290801950310. ISSN 1470-3297
This paper reports on a collaborative project to improve assessment undertaken by a cross discipline group of university lecturers (Business, Engineering and Psychology) using...
Sambell, K., Sambell, A. & Sexton, G. (1998). Student perceptions of the learning benefits of computer-assisted assessment: a case study in electronic engineering. In Brown, S., Bull, J. & Race, P. (Eds.). Computer-assisted assessment in higher education, 179-191. KoganPage. ISBN 0749430354, 9780749430351
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Sambell, K., Sambell, A. & Sexton, G. (1998). Using computer-aided assessment. In McDowell, L. (Ed.). Using Information Technology in Teaching, Learning & Assessment, n/a. Northumbria University, MARCET. ISBN n/a
McDowell, L., Sambell, A., Sambell, K., Smailes, J. & Wakelin, D. (2006). Developing assessment strategies to enhance student learning : supporting evidence-based practice though collaboration. Northumbria University, MARCET. ISBN 9781861354037
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Sambell, K., McDowell, L. & Sambell, A. (2005). Supporting diverse students : developing learner autonomy via assessment. In Bryan, C. & Clegg, K. (Eds.). Innovative assessment in higher education, 158-168. Taylor & Francis (Routledge). ISBN 9780415356428, 9780415356411
This chapter focuses on two case studies in which lecturers aimed to use assessment as a pedagogic technique to foster learner autonomy. Analysis of the student viewpoint is u...