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Focus Group. TRIADS experiences and developments. A panel discussion.

By D. MacKenzie, B. Hallam, Glenn K. Baggott and J. Potts

Abstract

The Tripartite Interactive Assessment Delivery System (TRIADS) is an advanced computer-based assessment system designed to provide the widest possible flexibility in assessment design and delivery. Initially developed at the University of Derby it was evaluated in some forty-five departments at twenty-seven UK universities in twenty-four disciplines as part of the HEFCE-FDTL ‘Assessment of Learning Outcomes’ project (Liverpool, Derby and Open Universities 1996-2001). In the three papers that follow, the outcomes of this evaluation are summarized together with subsequent developments and examples of applications of TRIADS at Cardiff Dental School and Birkbeck College, University of London

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Publisher: Learning and Teaching Development, Loughborough University
Year: 2002
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.bbk.ac.uk.oai2:206
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    1. (1999). Recent Developments in the Tripartite Interactive Assessment Delivery System (TRIADS).
    2. Technical Committee IST/43. (2002) BS7988 Code of practice for the use of information technology (IT) for the delivery of assessments.

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