Havemann, Leo; Sherman, Sarah (2017): Assessment, Feedback and Technology: Contexts and Case Studies in Bloomsbury. London: Bloomsbury Learning Environment.
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The three papers focus on
- the use of technology across the assessment lifecycle,
- the roles played by administrative staff in assessment processes,
- technology-supported assessment in distance learning.
- alternative [assessment] tasks and formats,
- students feeding back,
- assessing at scale,
- multimedia approaches, and
- technical developments.
Why you should read the e-book
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- Processes in context:
The case studies succinctly describe assessment and feedback processes in context, so you can quickly decide whether these processes are transferable to your own situation, and you will get a basic prompt on how implement the assessment/feedback process.
- Problems are highlighted:
Some case studies don’t shy away from raising issues and difficulties, so you can judge for yourself whether these difficulties represent risks in your context, and how these risks can be managed.
- Practical tips:
All case studies follow the same structure. If you are in a hurry, make sure to read at least the Take Away sections of each case study, which are full of tips and tricks, many of which apply to situations beyond the case study.
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A version of this article appeared on the UCL Digital Education blog.