Here at the University, colleagues are making innovative use of a range of TEL initiatives in their online assessment practices.
By listening to these stories you’ll be able to find out about why the academics involved thought it necessary to make a change, how they approached that change and what the advantages of the new approach were to both themselves and their students. We hope these stories will encourage and inspire you in your own teaching practices.
In this video Dr Martin Graff (FLSE) explains the benefits of using an iPad, Turnitin and Grademark to make submission and feedback activity a more efficient process.
In this video Richard Milligan (FCES) explains the benefits of using Blackboard Tests to better mimic problem-based scenarios in the work place.
In this video Mick Conroy (FBS) talks about how he provides audio feedback to Turnitin-based assignments.
In this video Andy Pearsall (FCI) talks about innovative approaches to providing audio feedback for assignments and tutorial sessions.
This exchange reflects the experience of principal lecturer Pru Marriott, a former colleague in the Business School's Financial Reporting Division.
In this exchange Claire Dowd (FLSE) talks about using quizzes and tests for assessment of Level 7 learners on the postgraduate certificate in counselling.
In this exchange Keith Norris shares how he makes use of animation and simulation, plus tests and quizzes, to encourage student engagement in a complex computing module.
In this exchange Kath Elley shares how she uses Turnitin and PeerMark to deliver and manage self- and peer assessments.