Page 1: Assessing international students – ‘TIS’ about trying to stop worrying about the worries…
Page 3: ‘Please no exams!’ Assessment strategies for international students
Page 7: What students want: feedback on assessment
Page 8: How can we do more with less? ‘Ideal University’
Page 10: How can you do your research project with no new resources?
Page 14: Book review
Page 14: An interview with Julie Hall, SEDA Co-Chair
Kristine Mason O’Connor
Page 16: Through a virtual glass darkly: probing time and type of first year departure using electronic engagement data
Page 20: What is the Diploma in Teaching the LifelongLearning Sector?
Page 21: Writing for assessment in practice-based courses: the experience of university teachers
Mary R Lea and Sylvia Jones
Page 26: SEDA’s committee members shape future strategy Julie Hall
Page 27: Book review
Page 28: SEDA news
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