Monthly Archives: July 2012

Why I mark on-screen

The issue of on-screen marking is emotive and in my experience polarising. It doesn’t seem to be something colleagues can easily take or leave as evidenced by a recent lively exchange between members of the assessment community of practice at … Continue reading

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Students – we need to hear from you

As part of the TRAFFIC project, we are having a special look at coursework (assignment) guidelines and feedback at the moment, and this post is to make contact with students who would be prepared to share their views and experiences. … Continue reading

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Continuing the Conversations

I mentioned in an earlier blogpost that dissemination around the baseline report was still going on and that it was a key part of our engagement strategy. This post summarises a few of the activities which have taken place in … Continue reading

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