Category Archives: Feedback
The University recently announced changes to its Equipment Policy to facilitate mobile and flexible working, and support the move to online management of assessment in the University.
We are now coming into the third and final year of the Assessment Journey Programme! To keep yourself updated on the progress of the programme so far, please find: Review of the first two phases of the Assessment Journey Programme
Four screencasts have been created to help support members of staff within the ACES department. These provide step-by-step instructions on how to use student preview, create RLO’s, mark offline submissions and create feedback rubrics.
Some help guides have been created to help members of staff with certain aspects of Blackboard. Two versions of the help guides have been created, a print out version and an infographic version shown below.
Some help guides have been created to help understand how to create and use the screencast software ‘Camtasia’. There are three separate guides which provide step by step instructions on how to create a screencast, how to record a PowerPoint and … Continue reading
You can edit recordings which have been done on Screencast-o-matic. There are many features which can help improve your videos. A guide on how to record and publish your screencasts can be found here. How to Access Go to https://screencast-o-matic.com/shuscreencast Click on Browse … Continue reading
Voice recognition software can be used to reduce the amount of time spent typing. This can help you give comments on work using inline marking without typing. This software is available on all Windows and Mac PCs. This guide will … Continue reading
Screencasting can be used to give video and audio feedback on assignments. The university has a License for Screencast-o-Matic, a web based screencast software tool that enables users to record screencasts directly from the browser. This style of feedback has … Continue reading