E-Assessment in Mathematical Sciences (EAMS)

Registration is open for the international conference on E-Assessment in Mathematical Sciences (EAMS), a three-day academic conference organised by Newcastle University, taking place 28th – 30th August 2018.
The call for talk and workshop proposals closes on 31st May. If you have some research or an innovative technique related to mathematical e-assessment that you would like to present, EAMS 2018 is the perfect venue.
Building on the success of EAMS 2016, the conference aims to bring together researchers and practitioners with an interest in e-assessment for mathematics and the sciences, with an emphasis on enabling attendees to have a go at creating material, and getting an opportunity to share expertise directly. It will consist of a mix of presentations of new techniques, and pedagogic research, as well as live demos and workshops where you can get hands-on with leading e-assessment software.
The conference will feature keynote talks from Mohamad Jebara, founder and CEO of MathSpace and Paul Milner, development manager at National Numeracy.
The conference fee is only £75 and includes a conference dinner. You can find out more about EAMS, and the forms to register for the conference and propose a talk, at the conference website (https://eams.ncl.ac.uk/).
We hope that EAMS 2018 will be an inclusive conference environment that invites participation from people of all races, ethnicities, genders, ages, abilities, religions, and sexual orientations. We’re actively seeking to increase the diversity of our attendees and speakers through our call for talk proposals and other conference communication.
Please consider helping us in our goal in creating a more diverse conference through any of the following actions:
– Recommend appropriate speakers to us by contacting any of the session organisers, or at eams@ncl.ac.uk
– Forward our call for proposals to colleagues or potential speakers, with the message that we are looking for a diverse programme of speakers.
– Suggest ways that the conference experience can be more welcoming and inclusive.
– Share your ideas and best practices with us.

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