- assessment and feedback
- developing digital literacies
- curriculum design
An outcome from these programmes is to provide a number of national webinars to disseminate the findings and lessons learnt. There future webinars are:
Feed-forward approaches for enhancing assessment and feedback: Thursday 19 June 12-1pm
The webinar will be delivered by three institutions participating in the Jisc Assessment and Feedback programme (University of Dundee, Institute of Education, Westminster University). They will describe the rationale for adopting “feed-forward” approaches for enhancing assessment and feedback. Each institution will describe their experiences of designing and adopting feed-forward approaches. The webinar will then summarise the benefits, impact and challenges from using such approaches. The webinar will then invite the audience to discuss barriers and enablers for implementing such feed-forward approaches in their own institutions.
- Further information and registration: http://jiscaffeedforward.eventbrite.co.uk/
Analysis of feedback: Monday 24 June 12-1pm
The webinar will be delivered by five institutions participating in the Jisc Assessment and Feedback Programme (University of Dundee, Institute of Education, University of Southampton, Queen’s University Belfast and the Open University). They will describe the rationale for analysing feedback together with their approaches and the tools that they used. Each institution will summarise the resulting feedback profiles and audits and a summary of the benefits, impact and challenges from using the tools will be given.
- Further information and registration: http://jiscaffeedback.eventbrite.co.uk/
They also offer all previous webinars via recordings. So, if you'd like to know about the outcomes from projects across the sector to inform you teaching, learning and assessment on the following topics, visit http://bit.ly/jiscelrecordings
- Approaches to strategic change in assessment and feedback
- Online workshop: evaluating and improving the effectiveness of assignment feedback
- Learning analytics to support assessment and feedback
- Changing student practices and digital literacies
- Exploring employability through assessment and feedback
- Implementing the UKPSF in the digital university
- Supporting the development of staff digital literacies
- A preliminary evaluation of the e-Feedback Evaluation project (eFEP)
If you'd like discuss how you might use these ideas at UCS please contact the Elevate Team (email@example.com).