In the wake of negative responses by students regarding the quality and helpfulness of feedback tutors have begun to explore ways in which new technologies can improve feedback. This paper reviews the literature in the area of student feedback and provides some initial results into trials conducted using screen capture software for student feedback. The final part of the paper discusses some of the procedural and practical issues which need to be addressed in developing a clear methodology for this type of feedback.
|Title of host publication||Cognition and Exploratory Leaning in Digital Age: Proceedings of the IADIS CELDA 2008 conference, 'IADIS CELDA 2008'|
|Editors||D. Klinshuk, G. Sampson, J.M. Spector, P. Isaias, D. Ifenthaler|
|Publication status||Published - Oct 2008|
Bibliographical noteThis is a reprint from a paper given at 'IADIS (International Association for Development of the Information Society) CELDA (Cognition and Exploratory Learning) in Digital Age 2008'. Held 13-15 Oct 2008 in Freiburg, Germany and published in the Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference CELDA
- Screen capture software
Brick, B., & Holmes, J. (2008). Using Screen Capture Software for Student Feedback. In D. Klinshuk, G. Sampson, J. M. Spector, P. Isaias, & D. Ifenthaler (Eds.), Cognition and Exploratory Leaning in Digital Age: Proceedings of the IADIS CELDA 2008 conference, 'IADIS CELDA 2008' (pp. 339-342). IADIS.