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Interesting but offer little useable substance for your own practice,
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This review is from: Innovative Assessment in Higher Education (Paperback)
Cordelia Bryan and Karen Clegg (editors) brought together a range of articles on e-assessments. Most of the chapters in this collection are adopted research articles, previous printed in journals on like "Assessment and Evaluations in Higher Education" and "Learning and Teaching in Higher Education" or presented conference papers. Some of chapters offer material to think about (e-)assessment on a macro level, like the chapters from Graham Gibbs. Others offer more practical guiding on e-assessment and feedback like David Nicol and Colin Milligan.
On the whole the book covers a lot of different e-assessment modes, from objective test, e-feedback, learning for assessment, PDP and e-portfolio, etc. But every chapter stand-alone from the others which gives the book less coherence and practical substance for your own teaching and learning practice.