The UQ Assessment Ideas Factory is a searchable database of assessment techniques. Course coordinators can use the database to find assessment techniques that promote active learning, student engagement and academic integrity. The assessment techniques are described in general terms so you can transfer them into your course, plus you can also read how staff have put them into practice. You can filter your search by many factors such as class size, year level, whether the assessment is identity verified, assessment type (e.g. written, oral, group etc.) or any combination of these. What’s more, you can contribute your assessment techniques to the database. An entry in the database can be used as evidence of your teaching quality (only quality assessments are included) and your impact on the teaching practice of others (and thus can be included in your Form A in sections 2.6, 2.7 and folio 3).