Digital Assess developed a bespoke assessment management tool for the AQA Baccalaureate for this independent education charity and the largest provider of academic qualifications taught in schools and colleges in the UK.
“Our aim is to ensure that we have a range of online assessment tools that are efficient, high quality and easy to use. Our partnership with Digital Assess provides us with these capabilities”
– Charlotte Bosworth, Director of Skills and Employment, OCR.
“Schools and the modern workplace want a reliable way of evidencing practical skills and abilities and Digital Assess has put a lot of thought behind developing an approach to overcome this challenge. Now many organisations will benefit from a more efficient and reliable way to assess the skills of the future.”
– Professor Richard Kimbell, Director of the Technology Education Research Unit at Goldsmiths University
We’re helping this distinguished UK vocational learning body to manage the moderation process for a range of new UK technical qualifications.
Our digital tools help OUP, which has a presence in 100 countries worldwide, to capture and measure written and spoken tasks for adults on academic and employment English language courses.
CIM is using Digital Assess to support the delivery and external marking of two marketing diplomas using our ‘manage’ and ‘annotate’ features.
Working together to deliver courses and assess progress for adult learners’ written and spoken English performance in the US and written IELTS activities in Hong Kong.
With more than 300 nationally-recognised qualifications, this awarding body for vocational education and training providers in Wales is piloting the use of Digital Assess to support assessment of a range of qualifications.
Digital Assess provides the technology to deliver courses that capture evidence of leadership skills, critical thinking and learning for students from East Asia preparing for universities and employment in Europe and the US.
This long-standing customer is capturing, annotating and managing a range of its UK vocational qualifications with Digital Assess, including the UK’s first 100% online evidence-based qualification, iMedia.
We work collaboratively with academics and students on R&D projects for example, pioneering work on the assessment of aesthetic qualities and soft skills among trainee teachers using our Adaptive Comparative Judgement technology.
SQA is using our Adaptive Comparative Judgement technology to measure learning across a range of subject areas including business studies, Design & Technology and national literacy tests.
The National Agency for Education in Sweden supports assessment of written Swedish and improves assessors’ understanding of judging criteria with our Adaptive Comparative Judgement technology.
The ABRSM exam board in the UK chose us to manage its continuing professional development qualification for music teachers and uses our Adaptive Comparative Judgement feature to measure practical tasks.
We’re working on a programme across Scotland to capture and measure creativity at primary schools to colleges to inform assessment policy for a new range of national qualifications.
Digital Assess provides the technology to capture evidence of leadership skills, critical thinking and learning for students from East Asia preparing for universities and employment in Europe and the US for this world-leading publisher of teaching materials.
Using our Adaptive Comparative Judgement feature to support research with the School Curriculum and Standards Authority into the assessment of various performance-based qualifications at this leading Australian university.
Using Digital Assess for a social care course delivered through open source learning platform Moodle.
Supporting teaching, learning, delivery and assessment of a range of IT-based qualifications and for business continuity when the school was closed due to fire damage.
The Digital Assess Adaptive Comparative Judgement feature supports assessment of trainee teacher classroom practice – involving faculty and local school principals – and student selection for an advanced teacher training programme.
This leading school group in Greater Manchester use our ’annotate’ feature as an integral part of its Moodle platform to support assessment for a number of qualifications.
Together we’re capturing and measuring rich media learner portfolios for Design & Technology at this US group of schools.
Using Adaptive Comparative Judgement to assess degree-student work at this university located in one of America’s most vibrant centres of culture, business and technology.
With campuses in the UK, Dubai and Malaysia, Digital Assess forms a vital part of student recruitment to show evidence of students’ prior achievement.