This is the first webinar in a series offered by the HEA's new Assessment and Feedback Community of Practice. A small inter-disciplinary team from the University of Reading will outline how they have been using simple, visual and inexpensive screen capture software to support assessment literacy and the wider student assessment and feedback cycle across the sector. The webinar will explore three key examples of the use of this technology:
- The creation of discipline specific supporting screencasts intended to enhance student assessment literacy exploring core areas such as marking criteria, how to write a great essay or where to go for further study skills support
- Using screen capture for student assessment itself
- Using screen capture to provide video feedback to improve student satisfaction, learning and attainment
- consider new opportunities for utilising screen capture technology to support students throughout the assessment and feedback cycle
- understand the impact on both staff and students of presenting information in a visual medium
- explore how to create a screencast, successful screen cast features and the availability of supporting materials
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Who should attend?
Practitioners responsible for designing and implementation of assessment and feedback; Higher education professionals with an interest in key innovations in assessment and feedback practice.
Who is delivering the webinar?
Dr Emma Mayhew, University of Reading
Dr David Nutt, University of Reading
Dr Cindy Becker, University of Reading
Emma Mayhew (Department of Politics, University of Reading), David Nutt (Department of Chemistry, University of Reading) and Cindy Becker (Department of English Literature, University of Reading) will be outlining their own experiences, and those of colleagues, who have adopted the use of screen capture technology to support the student assessment and feedback experience. They will be opportunities to see screen capture in use, access support materials, ask questions and explore key issues.
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