Earlier this week the Making Assessment Count project and CETIS ran a joint meeting focused on Assessment and Feedback.
The meeting explored a number of innovative uses of technology to enhance feedback on assessment including electronic and automated feedback, alternatives to the traditional form of written feedback, the student perspective on feedback. Of course examples of good practice emerging from the Curriculum Delivery Programme were highlighted by presentations from the MAC team and programme critical friend, Peter Hartley.
All the presentations prompted a lively and engaging discussion from the audience, and it was great to have students fully integrated to the day to remind us all of the issues they feel are most important.
Presentations and more information on the day are available from the CETIS website. I’ve also collated tweets from comments using the #cetismac hashtag and the storify service, which is available from my work blog.