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Cambridge Digital Assessment Strategy: Supporting learners in developing the skills for the 21st century digital workplace

Cambridge believes digital assessment is an opportunity to re-think and enhance current ways of measuring students’ knowledge, skills, and abilities in certain content areas and requires the same rigorous level of thought, research, and procedural validity in development as our paper-pencil based assessments.

This webinar discusses the development journey of Cambridge’s digital assessment portfolio, from research and conception, through to delivery and implementation. We discuss the significance of incorporating accessibility and universal design principles when developing digital assessments, and highlighting the importance of digital readiness and digital literacy.

The session is delivered by Jesse Dvorchak, Deputy-Director, Digital Products & Services at Cambridge University Press & Assessment.