Sally Jordan - Google Scholar CitationsThe money will be given to the Institute of Physics to fund PhD studentships to help those in underrepresented groups by providing access to research posts. Increasing the diversity in physics could lead to all sorts of good things. Her decision to donate her prize-winnings is fantastic news. Despite a huge amount of work to rectify the balance, significant demographic gaps in progression in physics continue to exist across the UK and beyond. It is vitally important that we do all in our power to investigate this and to make whatever changes we can to promote equality of opportunity for all. The School is delighted to have attained Juno Champion status in the Institute of Physics Juno project which recognises a commitment to address gender equality in physics and to encourage better practice for all staff, and to have an Athena SWAN Silver award.
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This review of e-assessment takes a broad definition including any use of a computer in assessment whilst focusing on computer-marked assessment. Drivers include increased variety of assessed tasks and the provision of instantaneous feedback as well as increased objectivity and resource saving. Systems have been developed by universities companies and as part of virtual learning environments. Some of the disadvantages of selected-response question types can be alleviated by techniques such as confidence-based marking. Student authoring of questions can also encourage dialogue around learning. More sophisticated computer-marked assessment systems have enabled mathematical questions to be broken down into steps and have provided targeted and increasing feedback. Systems that use computer algebra and provide answer matching for short-answer questions are discussed.