Presentation on theme: "OCM2 Online Coursework Management Sue Milward. Agenda A brief history What happened to OCM1? What are we doing now? How will we get there? How can I get."— Presentation transcript:
Agenda A brief history What happened to OCM1? What are we doing now? How will we get there? How can I get involved?
A Brief History DateActivity 2009SUMS review of eAssessment March 2010Internal eAssessment review April 2010HEFCE Modernisation funding bid successful November 2010OCM project launched December 2010Mapping assignment processes March 2011Technical development started September 2011OCM 1.0 due for full release January 2012OCM 1.0 pilot released (4 months late) April 2012OCM 1.1 development commenced August 2012Pilot finished (60% completion) September 2012OCM 1.1 development abandoned
What Happened to OCM1? Functionality. Did not meet diverse College needs Technically. Was not robust Change. Huge impact of switch to online marking Support. Underestimated the support needed
What are we doing now? New approach: Review assessment policy and practice Better staff engagement and support Better software to suit Exeter’s needs Interim eSubmission options
How will we get there? Review assessment policy and practice - Jun 2013 Workshops, capture requirements, agree common processes, scope of software solution Better staff engagement and support – Aug 2013 Research, College champions, workshops Better software to suit Exeter’s needs – Jul 2013 Detailed requirements specification, Market research Interim eSubmission options – Sep 2013 Review existing systems, development, documentation and training OCM2 implementation –Sep 2014
How can I get involved? We need champions to: Spread the word in Colleges Assist with product evaluation Research evidence of impact of on-line marking Review assessment practice Identify interim solutions and improvements