The inaugural E-Assessment in Mathematical Sciences (EAMS) conference was held in September 2016 at Newcastle University. The two-day conference brought together researchers and practitioners in the field of mathematical e-assessment and was attended by over 70 delegates from all corners of the globe.
Speakers travelled from as far as Japan, Australian, the USA and South Africa to share their experiences, with insightful talks covering topics such as: flipped classrooms, distant learning, transition to higher education, applications and development of e-assessment tools and mathematical input interfaces.
You can catch up on all of the talks via our programme page, including screencasts and slide downloads.
The conference proceedings have been published in a special edition of MSOR Connections.
Thank you to everyone that attended EAMS 2016. We plan to hold the event biennially and hope to see you in 2018!