chapter  2
Evaluative judgement for learning to be in a digital world
ByGloria Dall’Alba
Pages 10

If the broad benefits of higher education are to be achieved, it is necessary to cultivate what students know and can do (an epistemological dimension) as well as how they are learning to be (an ontological dimension). Evaluative judgement is crucial not only for enhancing how students perform course-related tasks, but also for how they are learning to be in the present and for the world beyond higher education. This chapter explores issues relating to the development of evaluative judgement to support both epistemological and ontological dimensions of learning from higher education in our digitally enabled world.