Special Interest Groups
AEA-Europe is keen to develop Special Interest Groups (SIGs) to represent the particular expertise and research interests of its members. These groups are a way of synthesizing inter-disciplinary approaches to assessment research and exploring the different concerns raised at technical, theoretical and practical levels. The first SIG was founded in 2017.
The eAssessment SIG is directed by Martyn Ware (SQA) and a steering group comprising seven members who work in policy, development and academic research. The SIG has a Facebook Group (it is a closed group so you need to ask to join). We also have an email list (please email LWye@aqa.org.uk to join) for those who don’t wish to use Facebook.
If you wish to apply to set up a SIG, please download and complete an application form: SIG-application
Interested in setting up a SIG? Our guidance document gives you an idea of how to run a successful SIG: SIG Guidance October 2018