Denise Whitelock received the B.S., P.G.C.E., M.Ed., and Ph.D. degrees. She has over twenty years experience in designing, researching, and evaluating online and computer-based learning and formative assessment in higher education. She is a Senior Lecturer in educational technology at the Open University’s Institute of Educational Technology, Milton Keynes, UK, and has just completed directing the e-assessment phase of the University’s Refreshing Assessment project. She has directed four JISC funded projects including ‘open mentor’ and other e-assessment projects. She has edited four special journal issues on e-assessment for BJET, LMTECI, IJCELL, and IJEA and is an Adviser to the European Union’s project into the use of e-assessment for PISA testing. She has chaired the International CAA Conference for the past 2 years and was awarded an honorary research fellowship at the Open Polytechnic of New Zealand for her work in assisting student learning with appropriate feedback from electronic assessment systems. Her work has received further international recognition as she has recently been promoted to a Visiting Chair at the Autonoma University, Barcelona, Spain. She is also a serving Member of the governing council for the Society for Research into Higher Education.
Biography Updated on 8 December 2011