The 2017 International Technology Enhanced Assessment Conference (TEA 2017) consisted of two main tracks: Research in E-Assessment and Practice in E-Assessment. The conference sought to connect the research and development communities.
We were inviting proposals for paper presentations and demo’s addressing technology enhanced assessment through one of the following themes:
- E-Assessment quality
- E-Assessment Methodologies
- E-Assessment Technologies
We were interested in research papers and development papers in which best practices are presented of technology-based formative or summative assessment in schools, higher education, informal learning and workplace learning.
See the conference themes for more information.
The conference welcomed papers in different formats for both tracks:
- Full papers (10 – 14 pages)
- Short papers (5 – 8 pages)
- Demo papers (4 pages)
More detailed information about the review and publication process available in the For Authors page.
Please address the following aspects in your paper:
For research papers: Theoretical framework, Central research goal(s), Problem(s) and/or question(s), Research methods, Results, Main conclusions and Implication to research and practice.
For demo papers: Problem description, Challenges, Main questions or problem statement related to your case, Solutions, Evaluation of solution, Main conclusion and Contribution to practice.