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Slide 1 of 20 Don't Make a Legal Ass of Assessment Pecha Kucha 3.30pm RSC Northwest Annual Event
Slide 2 of 20 Hi! Jason Miles-Campbell JISC Legal Service Manager
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Slide 4 of 20 Law and e-Assessment 1. How do I deal with personal information as part of the assessment process?
Slide 5 of 20 Data Protection & e-Assessment Make purpose clear Use only for stated purpose
Slide 6 of 20 Data Protection & e-Assessment Ensure appropriate security Ensure release with consent
Slide 7 of 20 Law and e-Assessment 2. What If I want to use other peoples materials as part of the assessment?
Slide 8 of 20 Copyright & e-Assessment S.32(3) – good news! Limitations
Slide 9 of 20 Law and e-Assessment 3. What happens if the technology doesnt work or goes wrong?
Slide 10 of 20 Liability & e-Assessment General duty of care to avoid loss or damage What if? Risk? © Christophe Verdier CC BY-NC-ND
Slide 11 of 20 Law and e-Assessment 4. What happens if a student hacks or cheats in a technology- based assessment?
Slide 12 of 20 e-Security & e-Assessment Invoke your policies Acceptable Use Policy Student Discipline Policy
Slide 13 of 20 e-Security & e-Assessment Computer Misuse Act 1990 – unauthorised access Fraud and deception offences
Slide 14 of 20 Law and e-Assessment 5. What should I do if I have a student with a disability who has difficulty taking the assessment?
Slide 15 of 20 Accessibility & e-Assessment Disability equality duty Reasonable adjustments Competence standards
Slide 16 of 20 Law and e-Assessment 6. What if the student objects to taking the technology-based assessment?
Slide 17 of 20 Opting Out & e-Assessment No right to object Contractual rights Right to stop auto processing
Slide 18 of 20 Law and e-Assessment 7. Where can I get further information?
Slide 19 of 20 From JISC Legal Events Guidance Helpdesk Newsletter
Slide 20 of 20 From JISC Advance JISC TechDis – accessibility JISC Netskills – training JISC infoNet – strategy JISC Digital Media – image/sound JISC Procureweb – procurement JISCmail – discussion lists Your JISC Regional Support Centre!
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