# Assessment resources

### Third Party Resources (3)

Mapping University Mathematics Assessment Practices Book

This book discusses the outcomes of the MU-MAP Project (Mapping University Mathematics Assessment Practices) aimed at detailing the current state of assessment practices in undergraduate mathematics including: A survey of existing practices at universities across England and Wales; A summary of the research literature; Examples of different forms of mathematics assessment in current use; Reports on the implementation of changed assessment projects such as oral assessment, the use of applied comparative judgement techniques and assessing employability skills. This book was edited by Paola Iannone Adrian Simpson. This work is released under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 2.0 UK: England & Wales Licence.

Mapping University Mathematics Assessment Practices website

The MU-MAP Project (Mapping University Mathematics Assessment Practices) aimed at detailing the current state of assessment practices in undergraduate mathematics including: A survey of existing practices at universities across England and Wales; A summary of the research literature; Examples of different forms of mathematics assessment in current use; Reports on the implementation of changed assessment projects such as oral assessment, the use of applied comparative judgement techniques and assessing employability skills. This website contains the resources connected to the project, including a literature database. This website is not made available under a Creative Commons licence but is freely available to UK universities for non-commerical educational use.

Maths E.G.

An e-assessment system containing almost 2000 mathematics questions with random parameters and feedback spanning topics from GCSE to undergraduate level 2. Each question in the database will generate thousands of examples, each with fully-worked solutions. The MSOR Network supported the development of questions in elementary discrete mathematics (sets, logic and graph theory) as part of the National HE STEM Programme. Maths E.G. is delivered under a Creative Commons BY-SA licence.