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    Assessment, feedback and technology: contexts and case studies in Bloomsbury

    Havemann, Leo and Sherman, Sarah, eds. Assessment, feedback and technology: contexts and case studies in Bloomsbury. London, UK: Bloomsbury Learning Environment.

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    Contents Introduction (L Havemann & S Sherman) 1 Section 1: Contexts Chapter 1: Contextualising the Electronic Management of Assessment Lifecycle in Bloomsbury (L Havemann & S Sherman) 5 Chapter 2: Electronic Management of Assessment — Administrative Perspectives (L Havemann & S Sherman) 15 Chapter 3: Assessment, Technology and Innovation in Distance Learning in the Bloomsbury Learning Environment Institutions (N Weitz & K Seddon) Section 2: Case Studies — Alternative Tasks and Formats Chapter 4: Blogging and Social Media for Formative Assessment in Marketing and PR Modules (D Grange & W Hein) 38 Chapter 5: Blogging for Summative Assessment in Postgraduate Education (T Neumann) 41 Chapter 6: Using Journals in the SOAS International Human Rights Clinic (L Welchman) 44 Chapter 7: Running a Group Assessment in Mahara (M Vogel) 46 Chapter 8: Assessing Veterinary Students Using Posters and Online Lectures (S Powney & N Short) 49 Chapter 9: Formative Assessment for Postgraduate Academic Skills Development in Arts (L Havemann) Section 3: Case studies — Students Feeding Back Chapter 10: Peer Reviewing Summative Assignments (S Sherman & S Channon) 55 Chapter 11: Using WebPA for Summative Peer Assessment (H Croall, B Cobb, C Lawson & A Spark) 57 Chapter 12: Peer Feedback with Moodle Workshop (M Vogel) 59 Chapter 13: Using Forums in Moodle to Provide Peer Feedback (S Sherman & J S Rofe) 61 Chapter 14: Academic Blogging with Peer Feedback (L Guetcherian) 63 Chapter 15: Improving Feedback In Online Assessments (S Powney) 67 Section 4: Case Studies — Assessing at Scale Chapter 16: Assessing at Scale in a Global Health MOOC (J Stroud) 70 Chapter 17: Assessment in MOOCs for Continuing Professional Development (T Neumann) 72 Chapter 18: Self-Assessment and Self-Monitoring Tools in Professional Accountancy (S Ogden) 76 Section 5: Case Studies — Multimedia Approaches Chapter 19: Student Presentations at a Distance (T Neumann) 80 Chapter 20: Using Online Communication Tools to Provide Live Feedback to Students (S Sherman & S Pullen) 84 Chapter 21: Providing Audio Feedback to SOAS Chinese Competition Contestants (S Wadud & Z Pang) 87 Chapter 22: Moving from an Assessed Presentation during Class Time to a Video-based Assessment in a Spanish Culture Module (D Grange & M Paz Balibrea Enriquez) 89 Chapter 23: Using Panopto for Formative Assessment in Earth Science (D Grange & S Hirons) 91 Chapter 24: Assessment and Feedback Video (S Wadud & V Janev) 94 Section 6: Case Studies — Technical Developments Chapter 25: SOAS Assignment Creation and Results Tracking (L O'Sullivan & A Leedham) 97 Chapter 26: My Feedback Report Plugin for Moodle (J Gramp) 100 Chapter 27: Coursework Module for Moodle (S Sherman & A Spark) 101 Acknowledgements 103 About the Editors 104


    Item Type: Book
    Keyword(s) / Subject(s): assessment, feedback, learning and teaching, technology-enhanced learning, bloomsbury colleges
    School: IT Services
    Depositing User: Leo Havemann
    Date Deposited: 27 Sep 2017 12:19
    Last Modified: 13 Jul 2020 17:24


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