Winchester/Bath Spa: High-powered feedback loops
Two universities have been awarded almost £200,000 to run a three-year project looking at how to improve the use of technology in student feedback and assessment. The Learning and Teaching Development Unit at the University of Winchester and its counterpart at Bath Spa University were given the money by the IT body Jisc to run the scheme. The project – titled Feedback and Assessment for Students with Technology – is designed to use readily available technologies to enhance assessment and feedback at course, faculty and institutional levels.
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