2013 International Computer Assisted Assessment (CAA) Conference
Research into E-Assessment
9th & 10th July 2013, Southampton
Submission Deadline Extended
- The submission deadline for proposals (full papers, e-AiP and poster abstracts) has been extended to 26th April 2013.
EA-TEL SIG Symposium joins CAA
- EA-TEL SIG is offering an invited symposium on ‘20th Century Assessment for 21st Century Skills?’ at CAA 2013.
- We are pleased to announce that e-Assessment in Practice (e-AiP) has joined forces with CAA and that Dr Venkat Sastry will be chairing the e-AiP track. CAA 2013 will build on the strengths of both events, offering delegates sessions on the latest e-assessment research and practice.
- The International Journal of e-Assessment is pleased to announce the series of CAA Conference published materials. We continue to promote and support engagement with the Computer-Assisted Assessment Conference as an important source of research and informed debate.
The best papers from previous conferences (2010/11/12) have been published in special issues of The International Journal of e-Assessment. You can access these special issues free of charge by registering your contact details at the IJEA website. The latest issue is The International Journal of e-Assessment Vol 3, No 1 (2013): CAA 2012 Issue: Pedagogy and Technology: Harmony and Tensions.
The International CAA is a two-day research-led conference
Electronics and Computer Science, University of Southampton
Institute of Educational Technology, The Open University
The Conference aims to advance the understanding and application of information technology to the assessment process (e-assessment) through rigorous peer-reviewed research. As in previous years, the conference will be of particular interest to those involved in the pedagogic and technical aspects of e-assessment and those involved in strategy, policy and implementation, such as managers and support services.
The Conference Proceedings from previous CAA conferences are available for free download. Please see ‘Proceedings’ tab.
The language of the conference is English.
See this newsletter for highlights from CAA 2010 and the ‘Photos’ tab for highlights from CAA 2012.