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Evidence-based Practice Seminar Series 2010: Assessment and Feedback

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Assessment and Feedback

  

  This page contains information about the Assessment & Feedback strand of the Higher Education Academy's Evidence-based practice seminar series 2010.

 

 

Below are details of the individual seminars and their outputs. The host institutions were asked to produce briefing papers summarising

their seminar and its findings. These will be added below and uploaded to EvidenceNet as they are produced over the next few months.

 

For more information on the work the Academy does around assessment and feedback, click here to visit the Academy's website.

 

Search EvidenceNet for resourcesevents and networks relating to assessment & feedback.

 

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Seminar Details

 

17 February & 14 May: Sheffield Hallam University

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This seminar offered practical advice to academic tutors, encourage staff to make effective and efficient use of technology-enabled feedback, and promote strategic thinking for senior managers around enhancing student engagement with feedback.

 

3 March: University of Leicester

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The Podcasting in Assessment: New Technology in Higher Education Research (PANTHER) seminar provided an opportunity for the discussion and dissemination of the research findings of the JISC-funded curriculum delivery DUCKLING project.

 

11 March: Northumbria University

This seminar considered how interactive technology can be used to link students in different cultural and social contexts in order to develop students’ understanding of other and intercultural perspectives on their academic discipline. 

 

14 April: University of Hull

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14 April: University of Reading

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The ‘Moving Forward Through Feedback: Enhancing Feedback Provision in the Digital Age’ seminar was designed to explore a range of tools and methods for giving rapid and timely feedback in ways which stimulate and support students' learning in the 'digital age'

 

14 April: University of Hertfordshire

 

5 May: Oxford Brookes University

The aim of this seminar was to help share practice and discuss the evidence and potential value of tools and techniques in assessment and feedback.

 

17 May: University of Sheffield 

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This seminar focused on the embedding of opportunities for feedback and feed forward into curriculum design.

 

19 May: Kingston University & Demontfort University

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9 June: Loughborough University

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15 June: University of Birmingham

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          8 December: University of Bradford

 

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