# Scope

The scope of possible research questions is broad, but has limits. In particular, questions should directly relate to computer-aided assessment of undergraduate mathematics:

**Computer-aided**– relying on technology in a fundamental way;**Assessment**– concerning formative or summative assessment, rather than teaching or learning tools (though of course the line between these and formative assessment is blurry);**Of undergraduate mathematics**– based on topics or task-types which are relevant to mathematics as studied at undergraduate level, for instance in universities.

# Publication

In this manuscript, we summarise the process used to create the research agenda, and give an overview of the themes:

Kinnear, G., Jones, I., Sangwin, C., Alarfaj, M., Davies, B., Fearn, S., Foster, C., Heck, A., Henderson, K., Hunt, T., Iannone, P., Kontorovich, I., Larson, N., Lowe, T., Meyer, J. C., O’Shea, A., Rowlett, P., Sikurajapathi, I., & Wong, T. (2022). A Collaboratively-Derived Research Agenda for E-assessment in Undergraduate Mathematics.

International Journal of Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40753-022-00189-6