Educational Enhancement Unit
In 2022, UWA is continuing to support Unit Coordinators across the university in developing alternative assessments by introducing Cadmus, an assessment tool which integrates with LMS. Units that require invigilated exams due to accreditation purposes will proceed as normal. UWA has purchased a campus-wide licence.
Cadmus is an online platform, which integrates with Blackboard and Turnitin, where educators can design written assessments and provide opportunities for writing practice for their students. It can be used for formative or summative assessment and as a writing tool. As an examination alternative, Cadmus aligns with UWA’s shift from invigilated exams. With its modern and flexible interface, it supports authentic pedagogy for all modes of teaching delivery. As a writing tool, it can support students whose first language is not English, students returning to university, and those struggling with academic writing.
For further information please refer to our EEU Strategy Sharepoint.
Need technical assistance?
Contact Uni-IT Learning Environments help-desk for technical support
Please send technical support requests to the Uni-IT Learning Environments (eLearning) help-desk team who are responsible for the LMS, Unit Outline Builder and LCS. They manage technical issues and scheduling.
Contact Uni-IT for all other IT systems support
The Uni-IT team will prioritise all help requests from teaching staff to ensure they are well supported during semester.
Contact Uni-AV for any in-venue systems support
For audio-visual issues in on-campus venues, please send all enquiries directly to the Uni-AV team.
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