Prof. John Tucker, Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University of Newfoundland (FMIMUN) will introduce how to use the Maritime Education and Training Question Repository (METQR) on the 2nd day of the IAMU Webinar “MET during the COVID-19”.
In this presentation he will demonstrate the new METQR and provide access to a walkthrough video that will show interested IAMU members how to take advantage of this online assessment resource.
What is the METQR?
Over the span of three years the METQR was developed by FMIMUN. This effort was sponsored by IAMU DEV projects.
The original question repository was to provide a database of questions in PDF format (static format) that had been produced using an online algorithmic software. FMIMUN are now hosting the restructured question repository, providing access to faculty of IAMU member universities to the algorithmic questions originally used to produce the static version of the METQR.
|11:00-11:05||Welcome remark: Adam Weintrit (GMU), Head of AAC|
|House rule from the Secretariat|
|Introduction of METQR|
Introduction of the Maritime Education and Training Questions Repository (METQR)
In this presentation John will demonstrate the new METQR and provide access to a walkthrough video that will show interested IAMU members how to take advantage of this online assessment resource.
|John Tucker (FMIMUN)|
|Moderator: Adam Przybylowski (GMU)|
|11:10-11:35||Topic A: Online/distance teaching and assessment|
|11:35-12:00||Topic B: Delivery methods of practical aspects (simulator, face-to-face session) at university|
|12:00-12:25||Topic C: Challenges in on-board training programmes|
|12:25-12:50||Topic D: New normal in MET|
|13:00-13:10||Wrap up and closing remark: Takeshi Nakazawa, Executive Director|