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Digital Assessment in the Faculty of Arts

Let's get digital

dal logo Welcome to the Digital Assessment in the Faculty of Arts page!

The resources below are meant both for staff thinking about incorporating digital assessments into their modules and for students who are thinking of taking modules with digital assessments.

Watch the intro video below to get started, and then feel free to click through the resources provided!




Staff Resources

Recipes for Success

Follow the link above to see examples of existing modules with digital assessment methods from across the Faculty of Arts.

If you would like to share your own experience of running a digital assessment, contact Becca Stone at R.Stone.1@warwick.ac.uk.

Student Resources


Virtual Toolbox for Digital Assessments

This section features helpful links to resources, guides, and software tools that can be used to create digital artifacts for assessment purposes.

Videos

Podcasts

Digital Storytelling

Visualisation/Graphic Design


Online Tests/Quizzes

VTT Creation (captions, etc..)

Buzzsprout

Timeline

Canva

QMP

Animaker

Audacity

Storyline

Juxtapose

 

Adobe After Effects

Otter.ai (transcriptions)

Storymap

Padlet

 

Academic Film Making Masterclass (Moodle Course)

 

Wakelet
(Social Media Aggregation)

 

 

Estream

 

Wordpress

 

 

Screencast-o-matic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Click here to meet the team

These resources were created by a co-creation team of students and staff in the Faculty of Arts. Student creators: Charlotte Crabtree (English), Lucia Evans (SMLC), Lily Rose Fitzmaurice (Liberal Arts), Weiqi Guo (Film & TV), Beccy Lee (History) and Ishraq Subhan (History/Politics).
The project was funded by the Warwick International Higher Education Academy (WIHEA), and lead by Dr. Rebecca Stone (Faculty of Arts) with Dr. Bryan Brazeau (Liberal Arts) as a project partner and Mr. Todd Olive (Graduate, Global Sustainable Development).
Many thanks to Damien Homer, Jess Humphreys, Bo Kelestyn, Heather Meyer, Robert O'Toole and Elena Riva, for their time and expertise.
Check out students digital assessment submissions to the DAL Showcase 2020

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Click here for staff resources, guidance and best practice information on digital pedagogy, and find out about how you can contribute your expertise to our learning community.
Events
Keep up to date with Digital Pedagogy Workshops and Events across the Faculty of Arts