Our user-friendly technology has been designed to enhance students’ learning experience and prepare them for future challenges. A unique adaptive comparative judgement feature allows digital peer-to-peer assessment, proven to improve analytical thinking, leading to higher attainment and ultimately, better student satisfaction ratings. Provide a fulfilling learning experience. Get started with Digital Assess. Know more.
Let students critique the work of their peers. Our special comparative judgement feature invites learners to collaborate easily with others on their course, giving them a chance to reflect and gain a better understanding of subject matter. By exposing learners to the work of their peers, and allowing them to think critically, learners gain a deeper understanding of assessment criteria. A grade is awarded according to the rank order generated ‘behind the scenes’ as a result of their collective judgements.
We’ve designed Digital Assess for you to give students an exceptional experience of higher education. Our peer-to-peer digital assessment tools allow students to get more deeply involved in their subject, learn from each other, and engage more fully with their course. In turn, this frees up academic staff for other tasks such as research.
Digital Assess gives tutors the tools to enrich assessment, especially when it comes to creative skills and problem solving. Make comments in context within precise sections of a task: leave constructive feedback within a single bar of a musical composition; let a student know what’s missing from a design within the image itself; or show a student that the lighting in their video works well, precisely within the relevant frame.
It’s simple to prove that learning goals have been met with Digital Assess. Assessors can drag and drop assessment objectives within the appropriate pages of a student’s portfolio and show where they’ve been met on the same page. Students can also leave comments and questions for tutors – as well as feedback on the course when it’s all over – keeping the communication flow going, even when tutor contact is limited. Get a rounder view of progress from a single, convenient location.
Professor Richard Kimbell
Assistant Principal of Learning and Development,
Director of the Technology Education Research Unit at Goldsmiths, University of London.