E-As­sess­ment NRW – in­fra­struc­ture, di­dactics and law in dia­gnost­ic, form­at­ive and sum­mat­ive elec­tron­ic as­sess­ments at uni­ver­sit­ies

Core problems, which have so far been a major obstacle for all higher education institutions in the broad establishment and expansion of e-assessment offerings, are the legal and organisational clarification of questions relating to e-exams, the possible curricular integration of e-assessments, questions on the recognition of achievements, the lack of use of possible cooperation potentials based on higher education strategies, and questions on the basic infrastructural needs of electronic assessments.

In order to provide the respective work processes at the universities in North Rhine-Westphalia with a solid basis for action, the E-Assessment NRW project is working on three main areas of interest throughout the state:

  • Consulting and infrastructure
  • legal procedures
  • cooperation potential and network structures 

Project duration: July 2014 to December 2017

URL: www.eassessmentnrw.de

Martin Berkemeier,

Lara Melissa Fortmann,

Marcel Graf-Schlattmann

University of Duisburg-Essen: N.N.

University of Wuppertal: Alain Michel Keller

Lower Rhine University of Applied Sciences: Silke Kirberg

University of Applied Sciences East Westphalia-Lippe: Yvonne Wegner

Joint project

Paderborn University

Paderborn University

Prof. Dr. Dorothee M. Meister (project management, contact person for the entire project)
Prof. Dr. Gudrun Oevel (project management)

Duisburg-Essen University

Prof. Dr. Isabell van Ackeren

Wuppertal University

Prof. Dr. Andreas Frommer

University of Applied Sciences East Westphalia-Lippe

Prof. Dr. Burkhard Wrenger

Lower Rhine University

Prof. Dr. Berthold Stegemerten

Ministry for Innovation, Science and Research of North Rhine-Westphalia (www.wissenschaft.nrw.de)

Project on behalf of the Prorectors' Conference NRW


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