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Many educators ask their students to produce answers that cannot be entered directly into a computer or device; this is particularly true for STEM-based subjects. As institutions quickly adjusted to remote learning, paper-based work created an obstacle that, for some, has been impossible to overcome. As we move toward a future of blended learning, how do we continue to offer paper-based exams and assignments without compromising student learning?

Jamie and Jason discuss assessment digitisation and how this helps to overcome the challenges posed by paper-based assessment.