Research: Hearing you loud and clear: student perspectives of audio feedback in higher education

This research article by Sheffield Hallam academics explores student perspectives on the use of audio feedback in their nursing course. The majority of students found the use of audio feedback as a positive experience with individual benefits. The research also explored staff perspectives about the use of this type of feedback.

The article abstract and full text (SHU staff should have access via our subscription) are available pre-publication at:

Gould, J. and Day, P. (forthcoming). Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, forthcoming issue.

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