Regulatory Principles of e-Assessment

CCEA Regulation, in conjunction with the regulatory bodies for England and Wales, have produced a set of regulatory principles to address the developments in e-assessment activity. These principles should be used with relevant regulatory criteria to ensure flexibility and encourage innovation in e-assessment.

Case studies of some awarding organisation practices and experiences in response to these principles can be found below.

For more information contact David Crosbie at - or (028) 9026 1200 ext. 2261.


Regulatory Principles for e-Assessment
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AQA: e-Assessment Case Study
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EAL: e-Assessment Case Study
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Edexcel: e-Assessment Case Study
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SQA: DeskSpace e-portfolio Case Study
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