TEA2018 Conference programme

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11:30 – 12:30 Registration  
12:30 – 12:45 Welcome addresses Silvester Draaijer (VU), Desirée Joosten-ten Brinke (OUNL)
12.50 – 13.50 Paper session 1a

Atrium 1, research papers
‐ Esther van der Stappen & Liesbeth Baartman
Automated Feedback for Workplace Learning in Higher Education

‐ Rabia Maqsood & Paolo Ceravolo
Corrective Feedback and its Implications on Confidence-based Assessment
  Paper session 1b

Atrium 2, practice papers
‐ Bharathi Vijayakumar, Sviatlana Höhn & Christoph Schommer
Quizbot: Exploring Formative Feedback with Conversational Interfaces

‐ Ellen Rusman, Rob Nadolski & Kevin Ackermans
Students’ and Teachers’ Perceptions of the Usability and Usefulness of the first Viewbrics-prototype:
a Methodology and Online Tool to Formatively Assess Complex Generic Skills with Video-Enhanced Rubrics (VER) in Dutch Secondary Education
14.00 – 15.00 Paper session 2a

Atrium 1, research papers
‐ Francis Brouns & Olga Firssova
Assessing learning in MOOCs through interactions between learners

‐ Michael Striewe
Dynamic Generation of Assessment Items Using Wikidata
  Paper session 2b

Atrium 2, research papers
‐ Sabine Bottin-Rousseau & Pierre Beust
Remote monitoring of examinations at the student's home in French university distance learning.

‐ Bastian Küppers & Ulrik Schroeder
e-Assessment and BYOD: Threat Model and Comparison to paper-based Examinations
15:00 – 15:30 Coffee break  
15.30 – 16.20 Keynote

Atrium 1&2
‐ Prof. Achim Zeileis

R/exams: A One-for-All Exams Generator

A common challenge exam assembly is that many controlled variations of similar exercises are needed for written exams,
online tests conducted in learning management systems (such as Moodle, Blackboard, etc.), or live quizzes with voting via
smartphones or tablets. The open-source package exams for R (http://www.R-exams.org/), written by Achim Zeileis and
contributions from the open source community, provides a one-for-all approach to automatic exams generation,
tying together various open-source packages (in R and beyond). It is based on individual exercises for multiple-choice or
single-choice questions, numeric or text answers, or combinations of these Achim will explain and demonstrate how the package
works and how the Department of Statistics of the University of Inssbruck manages their large introductory courses using
the R/exams package.

Tuesday, Achim will conduct a hands-on workshop for individuals interested in experiencing the system for themselves.
Participation is limited to 10 persons.

16:30 – 17.30 Paper session 3a

Atrium 1, research papers
‐ Alexandra Okada, Ana Karine Rocha, Simone Fuchter, Sangar Zucchi and David Wortley
Formative assessment of inquiry skills for Responsible Research and Innovation using 3D Virtual Reality Glasses and Face Recognition

‐ Nicolette van Halem, Chris van Klaveren & Ilja Cornelisz
The effect of implementation barriers in remote online proctored examination: A randomized controlled trial in Dutch higher education
  Paper session 3b

Atrium 2, practice papers
‐ Amanda Jefferies, Karen Barton, Andrew Pyper, Jonathan Meere, Amanda Yip, Stilianos Vidalis & Sulanie Peramunagama
Support online distance learners taking assessments: reviewing the options for remote invigilation

‐ Silvester Draaijer
A Cost–Benefit Analysis for Developing Item Banks in Higher Education
18.30 Social dinner We have a very nice program in which we combine an Amsterdam sight seeing with good food.

Start location: Circl at Amsterdam Zuid Station

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9.00 – 9.30 Registration and coffee
9.30 – 10.45 Paper session 4a

Atrium 1, research papers
 ‐ Ekaterina Muravyeva, Jose Janssen, Kim Dirkx & Marcus Specht
Students’ Attitudes Towards Personal Data Sharing in the Context of e-Assessment: Informed Consent or Privacy Paradox?


‐ Raoul Deuss, Christine Lippens & Michael Striewe
Best of Two Worlds: Using Two Assessment Tools in One Course Quizbot: Exploring Formative Feedback with Conversational Interfaces

Paper session 4b

Atrium 2,
practice papers
‐ Malinka Ivanova, Sushil Bhattacharjee, Sébastien Marcel, Anna Rozeva & Mariana Durcheva
Enhancing Trust in eAssessment - the TeSLA System Solution 


‐ Meta Keijzer-Deruijter.
Digital testing in Engineering Courses

‐ Philip Slobodsky, Alexander Ocheretovy & Mariana Durcheva
e-Training and e-Assessment of Mathematical Courses by Xpress-Tutor Integrated in Moodle
10.45 – 11.00 Coffe break


11.00 – 12.15 Demo session

Atrium 1
Sponsor 1 

Sponsor 2   
Demo session

Atrium 2
Sponsor 3   

Sponsor 4
12.15 – 13.00 Lunch break
13.00 – 14.20 Poster session

Atrium 2
  1. Mads Dahl
    Diverse usage of Student Responds System (SRS) as assessment platform.
  2. Gwendoline Somers & Silvester Draaijer
    The OP4RE project. Mitigating students' anxiety and concerns when using online exam proctoring for the first time.
  3. Jeroen Donkers, Carlos Collares, Jean van Berlo, Mascha Verheggen & Cees van der Vleuten
    One year experience with online adaptive progress testing
  4. Steffen Lytgens Skovfoged & Michael Nielsen
    Practical Implementation of a Large-Scale Digital Exam and Assessment Platform
  5. Martine Bos
    The product scoring rule for multiple-mark questions: simple and logical
  6. Mark Parker, Holly Hedgeland, Nicholas Braithwaite & Sally Jordan
    Adventures in computer-marked assessment and concept inventories: Free-text questions, feedback and learning about learning.
  7. Youssef Fouad, Arno Lodder, Silvester Draaijer
    A lawful basis for online proctoring
  8. Desiree Joosten-ten Brinke, Robert Schuwer, Lennart de Graaf & Jorik Arts
    Micro-credentialing for Recognition of Learning
13.00 - 14.20 Workshop

MF-D142
Using R/Exams by Prof. Achim Zeileis, 10 persons max.

Bring your own device.
14.25 – 15.55 Paper session 5a

Atrium 1, research papers
‐ Christiaan van Ommering, Sebastiaan de Klerk & Bernard Veldkamp
Getting to grips with exam fraud: A qualitative study towards developing an evidence based  educational data forensics protocol

‐ Alexandre Baudet, Patrick Gratz & Eric Ras
Manage Your Career Using Cross Skill® To Derive Competences Differences Between Job Profiles

‐ Dimitra Anastasiou, Eric Ras & Mehmetcan Fal
Assessment of Collaboration and Feedback on Gesture Performance

  Paper session 5b

Atrium 2, practice papers
‐ Alice Barana, Marina Marchisio & Matteo Sacchet
Advantages of the Use of Formative Automatic Assessment for Learning Mathematics

- Giuseppe Fiorentino & Giuliano Pacini
A Cost–Benefit Analysis for Developing Item Banks in Higher Education

‐ Chris Edwards, Denise Whitelock, Tarja Ladonlahti, Francis Brouns, Alexandra Okada & Wayne Holmes
An embedded approach to plagiarism detection using the TeSLA e-authentication system
16.00 – 16.15 Closing of the Conference
Silvester Draaijer (VU), Desirée Joosten-ten Brinke (OUNL)
 16.15 – 17.00 Farewell drinks  

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