“The option of feedback by digital audio or video can make feedback a more personal instructive experience for many learners”JISC, 2010, p.14
Choosing a feedback method and a technology to assist you largely depends upon what it is you want to communicate to the student and how individual the feedback is. There are a number of different formats which could be used to provide feedback electronically.
I need to be able to provide:
- Electronic marking and feedback (Text)
- Audio Feedback
- Video Feedback
- Feedback to engage learners
Further advice on providing effective feedback can be found in the Learning Enhancements Assessment and feedback strategy and David Nicol’s Transforming Assessment and Feedback: Enhancing integration and empowerment in the first year.
JISC. (2010) Effective Assessment in a Digital Age: A guide to technology-enhanced assessment and feedback [online], Bristol, HEFCE. (accessed 26 March 2015).