A practical session, Authentic Assessment Network is a community of practice themed around the Curriculum 2021 hallmark of authentic assessment. Internal to the University of Liverpool, this interdisciplinary session provides a safe conversational space to connect, share, question, support, innovate, create, design, inform, influence, define, and bridge across boundaries.
This network is open to all university staff who have an interest in, are looking to share practice or find out new ways to embed authentic assessment within their curriculum. The main focus is to support each other with enhancing the student experience of assessment by providing authenticity.
Our next event welcomes Lydia Arnold, an Educational Developer at Harper Adams University, Shropshire. Lydia is a National Teaching Fellow, Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, a CMALT holder and assessor and I sit on the Editorial Board of Higher Education Skills and Work Based Learning and presently work as an external at University of Birmingham. She will be delivering a talk and discussion titled 'Unlocking the Power of Authentic Assessment.
This workshop is hosted by the Centre for Innovation in Education and open to University of Liverpool staff only.
Please use your University of Liverpool email address when booking ( e.g. @liverpool.ac.uk). CIE reserve the option of offering one to one meetings to attendees on workshops with fewer than five bookings.