Guide to Using the EAT Assessment Framework: A Resource for Developing Assessment Practice in Higher Education.

Carol Evans, Sheila L Amici-Dargan, Stephen Rutherford , Flavia Vieira

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Abstract

Purpose: This guide supports implementation of the Equity, Agency and Transparency (EAT)
Assessment Framework (Evans, 2022) by highlighting key assessment concepts, principles and
supporting resources to show how this information can be used to support research-informed
assessment practices within higher education.
Who is it for? This Guide is for all those engaged in higher education practice: professional services
teams, academics and student support teams, students, and higher education partners involved in
delivery of assessment. This Guide and associated resources can be used by professional services
teams working with lecturers and students to support enhancements in assessment; by programme
leads working with module teams including students, and by lecturers working with students and
wider bodies.
Original languageEnglish
TypeEAT Erasmus Resource
PublisherErasmus+
Number of pages55
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2022

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