AHE Conference Highlights 2022

We welcomed over 230 delegates from 20 different countries at the AHE Conference 2022 and we are delighted to share some of the highlights, keynotes, key participant interviews and delegate feedback comments from the conference with you.

Keynote Address: Assessment for future needs: Emerging directions for assessment change Professor David Boud, Alfred Deakin Professor and Director of the Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning at Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia

Keynote Address: Towards a radical reframing of feedback in higher education Professor Naomi Winstone, Professor of Educational Psychology and Director of the Institute of Education, University of Surrey

Mini Keynote Presentation: Colouring new assessment futures Darrall Thompson University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, Australia

Key Participant Interviews

Key participants at the conference share their views on assessment in Higher Education and their personal experiences of attending AHE Conferences.

Professor David Boud, Alfred Deakin Professor and Director of the Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning at Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia
Professor Naomi Winstone, Professor of Educational Psychology and Director of the Institute of Education, University of Surrey
Dr Mary McGrath
GMIT, Galway, Ireland
Assistant Professor Juuso Henrik Nieminen
University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong,
Professor Sally Everett
King’s College London, London, United Kingdom
Professor Fabio R. Arico
University of East Anglia

Delegate Feedback Comments

I had the most amazing few days at the AHE Conference. My first time attending. So many exciting ideas, wonderful talks, and such a friendly group. Thank you so much to the organisers and speakers for an absolutely awesome meeting!  #aheconference2022

A huge thank you to all those who made the #aheconference2022 such an inspiration! Presenters, attendees and the hard working organising committee you’ve re-energised the assessment & feedback community.

Back home relaxing after a brilliant #aheconference2022. So many fantastic ideas and innovative practices around assessment and feedback. The challenge, now,  is to change our institutions! #AcademicTwitter

My first #aheconference2022 . I’ve come at assessment from a technology angle but have thoroughly enjoyed hearing more about the pedagogy & research. A huge thanks to the organising team & fellow attendees for being so welcoming. What a great broad church of ideas & inspiration.