Tag: Work Based Learning

  • OPUS and Assessment 3 – Regime Change

    OPUS and Assessment 3 – Regime Change

    This is the third and final article in a short series on how OPUS, a system for managing placement on-line, handles assessment. You probably want to read the first and second article before getting into this. Regime Change It’s not just in geo-political diplomacy that regime change is a risky proposition. In general you should […]

  • OPUS and Assessment 2 – Adding Custom Assessments

    This is a follow on to the previous article on setting up assessment in OPUS, an on-line system for placement learning. You probably want to read that first. This is much more advanced and requires some technical knowledge (or someone that has that). Making New Assessments Suppose that OPUS doesn’t have the assessment you want, […]

  • OPUS and Assessment 1 – The Basics

    OPUS and Assessment 1 – The Basics

    OPUS is a FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) web application I wrote at Ulster University to manage work based learning. It has been, and is used by some other universities too. Among its features is a way to understand the assessment structure for different groups and how it can change over years in such […]