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The coronavirus pandemic has caused mass disruption, with schools and universities shutting their doors worldwide. We do not know how long this will last, but we do know that education cannot simply stop. Over the recent weeks and months, educational institutions around the world have been turning to remote teaching and learning.
We are at a critical point in the development of education – the current education system faces the challenge of keeping up with the development of technology and preparing students for jobs of the future that may not even exist yet. Take a look into the future.
As a society, we have already embarked on what is known as the 'fourth industrial revolution'. Few industries remain untouched by the advent of new technologies, yet the pace of change has varied considerably within each. Where does assessment sit within this, and what can we learn from those ahead of us?
New technologies are shaping and reshaping our habits and working practices very rapidly. In a world of touch screen devices, instantaneous digital communication and agile working, examiners expect emarking systems to offer them the flexibility of touch gestures and the option to choose their working hours and location.