Wednesday, 12 January 2011

Case study - database of assessment timings on course improves usefulness of feedback - glamorgan uni

'student voice' processes identify assessment bunching as key issue in using feedback to improve next assignment. A database was cated to highlight this and help spread assessment and types of assessment over the whole course.

This uni also used a bottom up approach to managing this change.


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