Student Evaluation During and After COVID-19

EDEN NAP webinar

22 April 2020, 15:30 CEST in EDEN’s dedicated Adobe Connect room – Join us there!

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As #COVID19 disrupts our teaching and learning for a longer period of time, it helps us to plan ahead by considering creative and efficient online options to organise exams and assignments. This webinar will focus on three topics: using proctoring tools for online exams, the benefits of transforming some of the closed book exams to open book exams and conducting group exams online. These approaches are useful options to ensure high quality assessments in online environments built on safe delivery and a sound pedagogical setup.


Timothy Read
EDEN Vice-president



Inge de Waard
Sr Learning Strategist, known for blending Instructional, Learning Design – AI in Education at InnoEnergy


Inge de Waard (PhD) is the learning innovator and strategist at EIT InnoEnergy. In this role she is currently leading the learning part of an InnoEnergy project that alleviates skill and competency gaps by combining artificial intelligence (AI), learning analytics and learning design. This project combines the expertise of people working for InnoEnergy and many European University partners (e.g. UPC, KTH, KULeuven,…) working on renewable energy. 

Due to COVID19 and in view of her longstanding expertise in learning and instructional design, she is also spearheading the short- and long-term roll out of online learning at EIT InnoEnergy, including educational tools, pedagogical approaches and support for students, teachers and professional learners.

Since 1999, Inge has set-up, coordinated and developed several online, blended and mobile learning projects, always with a focus on participation and durability. These projects involved partners and individuals from both the Northern (Canada, United States, Italy, Belgium, Ireland, Germany, UK) and Southern regions (South-Africa, India, Peru, Morocco). As an avid enthusiast of open science, she is an active international speaker giving keynotes and guest lectures, as well as providing and receiving knowledge input through seminars, SIGs and workshops.   

Enlightened by the first connectivist MOOCs, she set up the first MOOC on mobile learning, called MobiMOOC (2011 & 2012). This was a community and project-oriented MOOC, enabling international learners to realize their own project by the end of the MOOC. 

Registered webinar participants will be awarded by EDEN open badges.