Evaluation of the Assessment Compact
In 2009/10 Schools have been implementing the Assessment Compact. Chiefly this stage of implementation has involved redesign of assessment practices to bring them into line with Compact requirements for academic year 20010-11, when all students in all courses should be working to the compact. This evaluation aims to a) gather diagnostic, baseline information about the extent of knowledge among students and staff about the Assessment Compact, b) gain insights about staff and students’ perceptions of the impact of the Compact on their learning, and c) if possible, capture the impact of new assessment practices introduced in line with the Compact on the student experience
"Early messages" report, approved by AESC in June 2011, with recommendations for academic year 11/12 (download "Early Messages" report)
Background documents (Brookes Staff only)
- A Proposal for an evaluation of the Oxford Brookes University Assessment Compact was presented to AESC in June 2010.
- A revised proposal was presented to and accepted by AESC in October 2010. A submission has been made to UREC and approved in November 2010.
- the full proposal, including the baseline survey instrument and email invitation texts, as appendices, is now available.