Last week saw us journey to Nottingham for the 20th Annual ALT – C Conference. Two members of the team were lucky enough to be there, with Stuart presenting the iTest and Rich presenting his Research paper, “Integrating technologies into ‘‘authentic’’ assessment design: an affordances approach”. It was a very successful outing for the project, with a lot of interest generated around the iTest but it was Rich’s Research paper which stole the show, winning the Best Research Paper award. There was plenty of networking going on too, so watch this space for new developments.
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