Resources for CLT conference session: Turnitin: the new Feedback Studio and modes of feedback
Would you like to know more?
Attend a webinar in August! Fiona is running three webinars in August where you can ask any Turnitin questions that you may have! Dates and sign-ups are available at the following link: https://about.brighton.ac.uk/is/loco/loco.php
Recap Blog Post
Blog post outlining the changes to Turnitin: http://blogs.brighton.ac.uk/elearningteam/2017/03/30/turnitin-update-aug/
I can recommend this article about student views on audio feedback: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/02602938.2012.660131 (available free if you login via http://library.brighton.ac.uk).
At Falmer we offered a ‘sneak peak’ session over lunchtime at the ExploreStudio (D229) on Thursday 20th of April – here is a video of that session. Presenter: F. MacNeill
Resources related to Audio feedback provided by Sid Hayes – very useful stuff!
Sid’s audio testimonial (part of this was played during the session):
Audio file download: 170530_001
PDF copy of presentation by Andy Theodoulides and Sid Hayes about how they used podcasts to provide audio feedback in the School of Sport and Service Management.
[File download]: Podcast feedback L T conference
Practice tips on using digital audio for assessment feedback – by Bob Rotheram, National Teaching Fellow, Leeds Metropolitan University
[File download]: Audio_feedback_tips_3-1
[Article] Students’ Attitudes to and Usage of Academic Feedback Provided Via Audio Files – by Merry, S. & Orsmond, P. (2008): https://www.reading.ac.uk/web/files/EngageinFeedback/Students_attitudes_to_podcasts.pdf
Resources shared by Andrew Middleton from the Media Enhanced Learning Special Interest Group (MELSIG)
Andrew Middleton from Sheffield Hallam University is one of key thinkers in Ed Tech with regard to audio feedback, podcasting and learning spaces. He shared some of his resources with me to support this session. Please do check out the MELSIG website at: http://melsig.shu.ac.uk/
[Article – file download]: Audio Feedback design: Principles and emerging practice – by Middleton, A. & Nortcliffe, A. (2010) – Shared with permission from author (please do not share further).
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[Compiled articles – file download]: Media-Enhanced Feedback case studies and methods – multiple authors produced to support the Media-Enhanced Feedback event, Sheffield, 27 October 2010.
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[Case studies – file download]: Audio Feedback: Timely media interventions – Middleton, A. (2008).
Thank you for coming!