Professor Gary Velan
Since 2014, Gary Velan has been deploying Smart Sparrow adaptive tutorials as summative assessments to replace phase 1 Medicine practical examinations in histology, embryology and pathology.
Dr Silas Taylor
The Online Simulated Patient interaction and Assessment (OSPIA) platform is an innovative approach to learning & assessing communication skills.
The CWAapp has been extensively used in Phase 1 for communication skills assessment tasks and has now been successfully employed for miniCEX tasks in the Medicine program.
Since 2012, UNSW Medicine has been utilising the Observational Assessment Application (OAapp) to greatly assist in the management, deployment and assessment of Medicine students undertaking clinical examinations in our affiliated hospitals, all over NSW.
Dr Mario Attard & Dr Xiaojun Chen
Dr Mario Attard and Dr Xiaojun Chen have built together a suite of custom modules and quizzes to aid in a mixture of summative and formative student assessment in Civil and Mechanical Engineering.
Dr Jose Bilbao
Since 2017 Jose Bilbao has been using OneNote for Classrooms in the Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) course to successfully deploy individual tutorial workbooks.
Dr Steven Davis
Dr Steven Davis has been deploying collaborative Wikis via Moodle for his postgraduate course in Human Resources Management (CVEN9706) for Civil Engineering over a number of years giving him the chance to refine their use considerably.
Associate Professor Elizabeth Angstmann
Online tests or quizzes had been used in Liz’s courses for several years allowing for constant refinement. She now runs a mixture of in-class and take-home tests in order to assess over a thousand students in first-year Physics.
Benjamin Kelly has been using a formative quiz for the past two years in his course ATSI1011 Indigenous Australia, guiding students through a series of questions asking them to consider the appropriateness of how certain words and phrases are used in the context of Indigenous Australia.
Dr Chi Mak
Maple TA is an online web-based test system used by most of the first year courses and many higher year courses offered by the School of Mathematics and Statistics. We use Maple TA for both formative and summative assessments.