[2] Assessment through technology: engaging & empowering students

PRESENTATION Assessment through technology: engaging & empowering students Author (s) Vivienne Rogers Senior Lecturer College of Arts and Humanities   Abstract This paper presents some results on using technology to assess students. It arises from work on the blended learning pilot in 2017/18 and seek to address several challenges that seem to be common throughout…

[3] Attendance, Performance and Kahoot!

PRESENTATION Attendance, Performance and Kahoot! Author (s) Laura Mason Senior Lecturer College of Engineering Mr Nick Owen Abstract Introduction There is general agreement that attendance at university lectures is positively associated with assessment performance. However, over the past few years institutions have seen declining lecture attendance rates. Biomechanics and Technology A is a first year…

[6] Developing work-based learning in History

PRESENTATION Developing work-based learning in History Author (s) Catherine Fletcher Associate Professor in History and Heritage College of Arts and Humanities   Abstract Developing work-based learning in History This presentation will outline a project since 2015 to develop work-based learning in History. It aims to demonstrate to attendees how work-based learning can be effectively developed…

[21] Creating a platform and opportunities for Pan-European Internships

PRESENTATION Creating a platform and opportunities for Pan-European Internships Author (s) Patricia Emma Helena Rodriguez-Martinez Senior Lecturer – Director of Interpreting Studies – PG Employability Champion College of Arts and Humanities   Abstract This session aims to inspire colleagues to embed Internships into their MA curricula and by the end of the session, I hope…

[44] Team work and assessment strategies/tools – Team Based Learning assessments (TBL) and the use of Campus Pack Wiki for group work

WORKSHOP Team work and assessment strategies/tools – Team Based Learning assessments (TBL) and the use of Campus Pack Wiki for group work Author (s) Xiaojun (Ping) Yin Senior Lecturer College of Engineering Abstract Two of the most sought-after skills/competencies by employers of our graduates are the ability to learn and the ability to work well…

[51] Examining Understanding and Use of Feedback

POSTER Examining Understanding and Use of Feedback Author (s) Rhian Worth Tutor College of Arts and Humanities Carole Butler, Wendy Ore Abstract Feedback is an important feature of assessment, and its importance is well recognised in the literature. For example, Hattie and Timperley (2007) stated that “feedback is one of the most powerful influences on…