Inspera Assessment

From pen and paper to onscreen marking, the biggest impact is on educators’ time by reducing administrative work. However, there are other benefits of e-marking for students as well. The workload of marking is often challenging, even for the best-organised individuals amongst us. Not only that it is a very time-consuming process for both academics…

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We are extending our warm congratulations to Coventry Business School, Coventry University, UK, for receiving the EOCCS certification for the following suite of online MBA courses: – Financial Analysis – Global Marketing – Business Models and Processes All three courses are part of the MBA programme at Coventry Business School delivered online and from the…

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We are happy to congratulate BI Norwegian Business School and Sberbank Corporate University for their successful EOCCS re-certification. The EFMD Certification Board granted the EOCCS re-certification to the following programmes: BI Norwegian Business School, Norway Consumer Behaviour, BI Norwegian Business School, Norway Sberbank Corporate University, Russia Risk Management Finance for Managers BI Norwegian Business School responds to…

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EOCCS_certification_Sberbank

We are delighted to announce that two online courses Compliance and New Economy ran by Sberbank Corporate University have been awarded the EOCCS certification. EOCCS provides an international quality benchmark in diverse education landscapes whereby digital technology is applied to teaching and learning. EOCCS gives online courses within universities, business schools, corporate learning organisations, and public agencies a…

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We are delighted to announce that the course Leadership Coaching Through Turbulent Times: Playing with eFIREran by the Queensland University of Technology in a strategic partnership with FutureLearn has been awarded the EOCCS certification. The Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in Brisbane, Australia, has been delivering online blended delivery programmes for over ten years. The…

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e-learning_blog

Earlier in July, we had the opportunity to meet with dozens of EFMD members at the EOCCS community webinar “Who needs Faculty? Outsourcing the Online Lecture” hosted by Keith Pond, the EOCCS Director. It was a privilege to talk with business school faculty from Europe and South America as we discussed an issue that creates anxiety…

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Importance Of Synchronous Elements In Fully Online Courses

By Divyaanshu Makkar, Co-Founder Connect2Teach Most institutions today are moving towards developing online courses that are 100% asynchronous (pre-recorded, self-paced) given its scalability. While the debate of asynchronous vs synchronous courses has been going for a while, we believe that even the best asynchronous courses have synchronous elements. If chosen strategically, synchronous elements can help…

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Connect2Teach

By Priyanka Agarwal and Aditi Tripathy   75% of students taking courses online do it for career progression or career change according to a 2018 report by The Online College Student. Studyportals.com reported that short courses providing professional education are growing at twice the rate that traditional degree courses are growing at. Yet, no one…

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EOCCS was invited to join the e-Assessment Association on 10 April 2019 for their annual “e-Assessment Awards” in London, UK.  The association is an international not-for-profit membership organisation for those involved in, working with, using or developing technology to enhance assessment delivery. The finalists attending this year’s award demonstrated the innovation, in-depth research, transformational deployments…

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In April 1969, The Open University was established with a clear purpose: to open education for all. As we celebrate our 50th anniversary, this radical idea makes us more relevant than ever before. As the UK’s largest university with nearly 174,000 students, we are still committed to celebrating diversity, challenging under-representation and continuing to widen access…

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