We are sponsoring, exhibiting and speaking at The Association of Test Publishers’ (ATP) annual European conference, on the 26-28 September 2018, in Athens, Greece.
On Thursday, 27th September, between 5:45pm – 6:45pm, Richard Little, Product Development Director, will share the stages of a journey towards automated marking of complex exam answers. Using real examples, he will share the value that can be derived from each stage of this journey. From the simple use of intelligent chatbots to answer examiners’ routine questions, through to assisting and augmenting the skills of the human examiner with analysis of assessment content, and even suggesting preliminary marks.
If you are planning to attend, come and meet our colleagues at stand no 6, and pick up a copy of our latest guide “The definitive guide to e-marking”.
We look forward to seeing you at EATP.
We will be attending the Memcom Conference 2018 which will take place on Wednesday 16th May at County Hall, London.
This year’s conference theme is “Staying Ahead in Challenging Times”. The conference will address issues such as: influence and relevancy threats for professional membership organisations, dealing with the postmodern professional, utilising technology and data, digital disruption and the future impact of Artificial Intelligence.
If you are planning to attend, get in touch with our delegate, James Windle – Account Director, firstname.lastname@example.org, to find out more about how e-marking can help you meet the needs of the postmodern professional and keep pace with the changes in the industry.
RM Results are proud to exhibit at the Southern Africa Association for Educational Assessment (SAAEA) Conference.
The conference’s theme is “Local context in global context: Encouraging diversity in assessment” and will be hosted by UMALUSI Council for Quality Assurance in General and Further Education and Training in Pretoria, South Africa.
If you are planning to attend, be sure to stop by our stand to say hello to our delegates Deborah Hutt – Solutions Architect, and Patrick Coates – Business Development Consultant, and to find out more about how RM Assessor³ can help you improve your exam marking process.
We look forward to seeing you there.
RM Results delegates will be joining colleagues from throughout the assessment industry at the annual ATP conference, Innovations in testing 2018.
The 2018 Innovations in Testing Conference will focus on effectively communicating the value of testing and will provide a great opportunity to engage with the assessment industry, challenge traditional ways of thinking and operating, experience new and disruptive technologies that will impact the future of assessment.
The conference will bring together assessment industry professionals from practice areas such as Certification/Licensure, Clinical, Educational, Industrial/Organizational and Workforce Skills Credentialing. Conference delegates will learn from and collaborate with each other in an effort to advance the assessment industry as a whole.
RM Results is attending the 36th Annual Conference of the Association for Educational Assessment in Africa (AEAA). The conference will be held in Maseru, Lesotho from the 6th–10th August 2018, and is hosted by The Examinations Council of Lesotho (ECoL).
The theme for the conference is ‘Reforming Educational Assessment: A Renewed Agenda’.
If you are planning to attend, be sure to stop by our stand to say hi to our delegates Deborah Hutt – Solutions Architect, and Patrick Coates – Business Development Consultant, and to find out more about how RM Assessor³ can help you improve your exam marking.
We look forward to seeing you there.
RM Results will sponsor, exhibit and speak at the 43rd Annual Conference of the International Association for Educational Assessment, hosted by Oxford University Centre for Educational Assessment.
The theme of the 44th IAEA Conference is Assessment and big data. The conference will focus on new ways of discovering and quantifying important Big Data measures with sufficient reliability and validity, and new quantitative techniques that will emerge from the world of Big Data.
On Tuesday, 11th September at 1pm, Richard Little – Product Development Director, and James Spurgeon – Solution Architect, will talk about “What can we learn from analysing examiner behaviour data during marking sessions?”.
Using real examples, Richard and James will share insights on patterns of marking and demonstrate how best to interpret examiner behaviour during a marking session. They will also dare to speculate as to what the future may hold for big data analytics in e-assessment, when combined with technologies such as Artificial Intelligence.
If you are planning to attend the conference, please come and say hello and pick up a copy of our latest research report “Will artificial intelligence change the educational assessment landscape?“. You will find us at booth no 5.
RM Results is proud to be the principal sponsors of this WEF event, to be held in London on 2nd February 2018. This seminar will discuss the next steps for England’s examination system, it’s performance, and future key priorities for Ofqual.
Stakeholders, policymakers and regulators will also assess the developing role of technology in assessment and exams – looking at its potential impact on examiner and teacher workloads, measures that can be taken to ensure its effectiveness in delivery, and how it might need to evolve. Attendees will also have the chance to attend a further session focusing on exam marking, following Ofqual’s announcements of changes to come in the moderation of GCSEs, A-Levels and AS Levels to meet the skills needed for the future workforce.
RM Results will be attending the 43rd Annual Conference of the International Association for Educational Assessment. The theme of the 43rd IAEA Conference is Assessment as a Social Lever. The aim of this conference is to explore how assessment is used as a change agent to improve social justice and the quality of teaching and learning in education.
From 27-29 September 2017, members of the RM Results team will be attending The Association of Test Publishers’ (ATP) annual European conference at the Grand Hotel Huis ter Duin in the Netherlands. Find out more about our plans at EATP.
E-ATP is a non-profit organisation that represents providers of exams and assessment tools and/or services related to assessment, selection, screening, certification and licensing, for educational or clinical uses.
This timely seminar will focus on the future for England’s school system, discussing key proposals made in the Government’s Education Green Paper and the expected Government response.
Delegates will consider proposals in the consultation – such as allowing new grammar schools to open; removing the admissions cap for faith schools based on pupils’ religious belief and changing the roles for independent schools and universities within the school system – addressing key areas of concern, exploring issues around implementation and assessing the likely impact on the wider school system.
THIS EVENT IS CPD CERTIFIED
RM Results is attending the 35th Annual Association for Educational Assessment in Africa (AEAA) conference. Hosted by The Uganda National Examinations Board, the theme for the conference is ‘Enhancing efficiency and effectiveness in Educational Assessment in an era of rapid change’.
The event will take place at Speke Resort & Conference Centre, Munyonyo, Kampala, Uganda, from 7-11 August 2017.
This webinar is aimed at those awarding bodies or professional organisations who would like to improve the quality assurance of their exam marking.
It provides an overview of:
– Key global exam marking challenges
– The most common paper-based errors and biases and how to avoid them
– The quality control models available in e-marking solutions
– Monitoring and communication tools that help to improve marking quality
This webinar is offered at two different dates and times. Select the date and time that works best for you.
Click here to register for the Wednesday, 19th July at 9am- 9:45am session or
Click here to register for the Thursday 20th July at 6pm – 6:45pm BST (GMT+1) session.
Following the completion of the education governance review consultation in January 2017, and consultation on proposals for a funding formula which is expected to begin shortly, this seminar provides the opportunity to discuss future changes to governance structures within Scottish education.
The event will take place in Edinburgh and will include a keynote address from Larry Flanagan, General Secretary, Educational Institute of Scotland.
On October 23-25th, RM Result’s Deborah Hutt – Solutions Architect, Stuart Mason – Head of International and Tim Downie – Business Development Director, will be joining ministers of education, senior government officials, and some of the world’s leading education and tech companies at the 7th Innovation Africa Ministerial Summit.
The event is held under the patronage of the Government of Mozambique and promises to be well attended with representatives from ministers for education, higher education, secretaries of state, deputy ministers, permanent secretaries and director generals from over 40 countries in Africa.
Innovation Africa 2017 is the continent’s number one high level ministerial forum where industry partners enjoy pre-scheduled meetings and committed engagement with ministers and senior government officials.
The summit will focus on key aspects of the sustainable development goals, developing industry and vocational skills, and advancing innovation in science & research across Africa.
RM Results will be exhibiting at the annual conference of the Federation of Awarding Bodies (FAB).
The conference brings together the Awarding Organisation community with over 200 delegates, and will focus on policy, learning, assessment and innovation.
RM Results is a member of the Federation of Awarding Bodies. During the event we will be showcasing the new release of our e-marking software, RM Assessor3. If you are planning to attend, come and say hello, you will find us at stand No. 27 in the seminar area on the first floor.