Finalists announced for the 2018 International e-Assessment Awards

The Awards highlight innovation in the sector in learning and innovation

The e-Assessment Association has announced the shortlisted finalists for its international awards programme, The e-Assessment Awards. The winners will be announced at the gala dinner on Wednesday 18th April.

The international e-Assessment Awards programme was launched in 2017 and will continue to highlight and celebrate the outstanding contributions that technology makes to all forms of assessment, and will showcase the best practice, research and innovation in the sector. 

The Awards programme holds a unique position, encompassing every stage of education – from school, through further and higher education, to workplace training and professional exams. Finalists were shortlisted by a highly experienced international panel of experts.

Best Research

  • PSI Services (UK) Limited
  • Trinity College London
  • The University of Melbourne/ Australian Council for Educational Research

Best Transformational Project

  • International Baccalaureate
  • University of Surrey
  • Vretta Inc.

Best Use of Formative Assessment

  • RS Assessment from Hodder Education
  • RWA Compliance Services Ltd
  • Vocational Training Charitable Trust (VTCT)
  • Vretta Inc. and Luxembourg Ministry of Education

Best Use of Summative Assessment

  • International Baccalaureate
  • PSI Services (UK) Limited
  • Vretta Inc. and Department of Evaluation Planning and Performance (DEPP), Ministry of Education, France
  • Maxinity Software Limited

Excellence in Export

  • TWI Ltd
  • The Nautical Institute
  • RM Results

Innovation

  • Cardiff Metropolitan University
  • Innovate Awarding
  • Sheffield Hallam University and Pebble Learning
  • Prepona Sistemas de Testagem e Avaliação S.A.

Chairman of The e-Assessment Association, Matt Wingfield, said: “The Awards were launched in 2017 to shine a light on those who are making a positive contribution to the sector and to promote awareness of the progress being made. The Awards programme helps to highlight the benefits that technology brings to assessment at all levels, particularly in delivering better learning and assessment, rather than just greater efficiency.”