4 Responses to “Accessibility in eAssessment – Issues”

  1. 1 Kenji Lamb 27 May 2010 at 12:38 pm

    You know we do have a conference coming up in Dundee on the 3rd September, eAssessment Scotland 2010 – http://www.e-assessment-scotland.org and we do happen to be accepting proposals for presentations/workshops at the moment…

    With an expected audience of around 200, I’m sure there will be a few people who would be willing to share their opinions!

    Oh, and did I mention it was free for delegates to attend?



  2. 2 Martyn 27 May 2010 at 6:20 pm


    I hope to get to the conference again but arrive back from Oz just a day or two before so not sure how brain dead I’ll be!


  3. 3 Stephen Coyne 23 September 2010 at 2:48 pm

    Hi Martyn,

    I noticed your comments regarding the City and Guilds assessments. Many of our students use the GOLA system. Do you know if City and Guilds offer these in alternative formats?



    • 4 Martyn Cooper 23 November 2010 at 9:36 am

      Sorry Stephen only just picked this up – I have had a prolonged period off sick. I do not know the inner workings of City and Guilds but have heard presentations of their efforts to improve accessibility. I can’t find anything on their website apart form their accessibility for their web pages. I suggest giving them a ring.



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