Our underpinning premise is improving learning in higher and professional education. We have three broad and intersecting research themes:
- assessing for learning
- learning in a digital world
- learning through, and for, work.
Our current programs of research are:
- academic progress and integrity
- assessment design (including self/peer, authentic and programmatic)
- feedback and feedback literacy
- developing evaluative judgement
- assessment in a digital world
- digital identities
- quality and standards.
Throughout these programs, we use cross-cutting approaches, including innovative methodological and theoretical approaches and knowledge transition. We collaborate with Deakin faculties and divisions and also work with a range of industry partners and international collaborators.
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Meet a few of our leading researchers collaborating internationally on leading assessment and digital learning research.