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Tertiary eAssessment has a crucial role to play in secondary schools. This
paper reports on a pilot project which replaced written examination papers by
CD-ROMs. Whilst the traditional supervised fixed-time assessment process
was preserved, students were able to use modern digital technology to create
text and graphical (drawing) responses, without collusion. The paper suggests
that such innovations at the tertiary level of education may eliminate barriers
to transformation of schooling through ICT at the secondary level.