We have recently formed a working group to develop a shared research agenda for computer-aided assessment of university mathematics. Such an agenda will help to establish a programme of research aligned with practical concerns, which would contribute to both theoretical and practical development.
Our group draws from the community of mathematics education researchers and university teachers interested in this topic. So far, we have generated a set of research questions, and refined this into a list of 52 questions organised into 5 broad categories.
We are now reaching out to the wider community at conferences, including EAMS, to seek input on the developing agenda. In this talk, we will give an outline of the project and show how you can get involved.