11 July 2018: Transforming Feedback (AHE 2018 Panel Review)

Panel Chair – Prof Sally Jordan (Open university, UK)

This is a joint webinar organised with the Assessment in Higher Education conference secretariat.

This 1 hour session featured selected speakers from the Assessment in Higher Education conference (Thursday 28 June 2018 Manchester, UK).

This webinar session will take the form of a panel style review of some of the key messages from selected papers presented at the AHE2018 conference. Each panel member will contribute to the discussion with a short overview of their presentation from the conference followed by questions and discussion between the panel and the webinar participants.

Panel Presenters:

  1. Theresa Nicholson, Manchester Metropolitan University “Frequent rapid feedback, feed-forward, and peer learning, for enhancing student engagement in online portfolio assessment”
  2. Mark Glynn, Dublin City University, and colleagues “VACS: Video Assessment of Clinical Skills”
  3. Naomi Winstone and Emma Medland, University of Surrey (Naomi to talk) “Feedback footprints: Using learning analytics to support student engagement with, and learning from, feedback”.

The abstracts for the above speakers are available.

Further information

Links shared in the session

Session Recording

Multiple formats are available.

play via you tube

You Tube version – recommended version.

A screen cast of the session.

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Blackboard Collaborate archive version

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Sessions are hosted by Professor Geoffrey Crisp, PVC Education, University New South Wales and Dr Mathew Hillier, Monash University Office of Learning and Teaching, Monash University, Australia.

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