Quality Assessment and Interactive Video Quizzes
The use of just-in-time digital learning products, prepared in modular form, allows them to be applied on demand in diverse environments. This Panel will give examples of a state-of-the-art application of interactive video and quizz design, whilst also exploring the practical applications of item analysis.
Centre for Online and Blended Learning (COBL), University of Copenhagen (UCPH), Denmark, Denmark
Interactive Online Courses for Capacity Building at Scale; Laboratory Safety at the University of Copenhagen
Henrik is a specialist in production and capacity building of e-learning and pedagogical issues at universities in Denmark and in developing countries. He has work experience in 17 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
He has taught environmental engineering and management in developing countries for 25 years at DTU Denmark. The E-learning experience from own teaching has been used to coach colleagues and today Henrik is a full time E-learning consultant at the University of Copenhagen.
His E-learning experiences are broad, covering among other things blended course planning and design in various LMS'; production of course components including video and screencast productions, online group work, tests and assignments, synchronous and asynchronous discussions, animated presentations with speak, video transmitted lectures, advanced exercises; as well as strategic planning and development of e-learning at university level.
Founder and Executive Director of Questionmark, UK
Item Analysis: Just for Experts or Should We All Be Doing It? Discover How You Can Add Value within Your Assessment Programme through Item Analysis
John Kleeman MA MBCS C.Eng is the Founder and Chairman of Questionmark. He has a first class degree from Trinity College, Cambridge, and is a Chartered Engineer. John wrote the first version of the Questionmark assessment software system and then founded Questionmark in 1988 to market, develop and support it. John has been heavily involved in assessment software development for over 20 years and has also participated in several standards initiatives: he was on the original team that created IMS QTI and was the instigator of BSI 7988 which has now been adopted as ISO 23988 (Code of Practice for the use of IT in the delivery of assessments).