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Butcher, P. G.; Swithenby, S. J. and Jordan, S. E. (2009). eAssessment and the independent learner. In: M-2009: Proceedings of the 23rd ICDE World Conference on Open Learning and Distance Education including the 2009 EADTU Annual Conference, 7-10 Jun 2009, Maastricht, NL.

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Draaijer, Silvester; Jordan, Sally and Ogden, Helen (2018). Calculating the random guess scores of multiple-response and matching test items. In: Proceedings of the 2017 International Technology Enhanced Assessment Conference (TEA 2017), Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS) Series, Springer, pp. 210–222.

Dawkins, Hillary; Hedgeland, Holly and Jordan, Sally (2017). Impact of scaffolding and question structure on the gender gap. Physical Review Physics Education Research, 13(2), article no. 020117.

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Jordan, Sally (2014). A review of a faculty-wide change in assessment practice for open and distance learners of science. In: 8th EDEN Research Workshop: Challenged for Research into Open & Distance Learning: Doing Things Better-Doing Better Things, 27-28 Oct 2014, Oxford, UK.

Jordan, Sally (2013). Using e-assessment to learn about learning. In: 2013 International Computer Assisted Assessment Conference, 9-10 Jul 2013, Southampton.

Jordan, Sally; Jordan, Helen and Jordan, Richard (2011). Same but different, but is it fair? An analysis of the use of variants of interactive computer-marked questions. In: 2011 International Computer Assisted Assesment Conference, 5-6 Jul 2011, Southampton.

Jordan, Sally and Butcher, Philip (2010). Using e-assessment to support distance learners of science. In: The GIREP-EPEC & PHEC 2009 International Conference, 17-21 Aug 2009, Leicester, UK.

Jordan, Sally (2009). Assessment for learning: pushing the boundaries of computer-based assessment. Practitioner Research in Higher Education, 3(1) pp. 11–19.

Jordan, Sally (2009). An investigation into the use of e-assessment to support student learning. In: Second Assessment in Higher Education Conference, 08 Jul 2009, University of Cumbria, Carlisle, UK.

Jordan, Sally; Brockbank, Barbara and Butcher, Philip (2007). Extending the pedagogic role of on line interactive assessment: providing feedback on short free-text responses. In: REAP International Online Conference on Assessment Design for Learner Responsibility, 29-31 May 2007.

Jordan, Sally (2007). Computer based assessment with short free responses and tailored feedback. In: Proceedings of the Science Learning and Teaching Conference 2007, Higher Education Academy, ISBN 978-1-905788-2., 19-20 Jun 2007, Keele University.

Jordan, Sally (2006). The mathematical misconceptions of adult distance-learning science students. In: CETL-MSOR Conference, 2006, 11-12 Sep 2006, Loughborough University.

Jordan, Sally and Swithenby, Stephen (2005). Online summative assessment with feedback as an aid to effective learning at a distance. In: Proceedings of the 12th International Symposium on Improving Student Learning : Diversity and inclusivity., 06-08 Sep 2004, Birmingham.

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Ross, Shelagh; Jordan, Sally and Butcher, Philip (2006). Online instantaneous and targeted feedback for remote learners. In: Bryan, Cordelia and Clegg, Karen eds. Innovative assessment in Higher Education. Routledge/Taylor and Francis, pp. 123–131.

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Sands, David; Parker, Mark; Hedgeland, Holly; Jordan, Sally and Galloway, Ross (2018). Using Concept Inventories to Measure Understanding. Higher Education Pedagogies, 3(1) pp. 173–182.

Swithenby, Stephen and Jordan, Sally (2008). Supporting open learners by computer based assessment with short free-text responses and tailored feedback. In: 2nd International Multi-Conference on Society, Cybernetics and Informatics, 29 Jun - 02 Jul 2008, Orlando, Florida.

Sclater, Niall; Butcher, Philip; Thomas, Pete and Jordan, Sally (2006). Moodle: enhancing the assessment capabilities of the leading open source virtual learning environment. In: Proceedings of the 10th CAA International Computer Assisted Assessment Conference, 4-5 Jul 2006, Loughborough University, England.

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