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13 May 2013 Sheila MacNeill
**update 16 May** Link to session recording Later this week I’ll be chairing a (free) webinar on Learning Analytics for Assessment and Feeback. Featuring work from three projects in the current Jisc Assessment and Feedback Programme. I’m really looking forward to hearing first hand about the different approaches being developed across the programme. “The concept […]
Curriculum Design Assessment (Practice) Analytics
10 Apr 2013 Sheila MacNeill
Despite the hype around it, getting started with learning analytics can be a challenge for most everyday lecturers. What can you actually do with data once you get it? As more “everyday” systems (in particular online assessment tools) are able to provide data and/or customised reports, it is getting easier to start applying and using […]
Curriculum Design Assessment (Practice) Analytics
04 Mar 2013 Sheila MacNeill
So #edcmooc is now over, our digital artefacts have been submitted and reviewed and we all now move on. I thought it would be useful to reflect on the final submission and peer review process as I have questioned how that would actually work in a couple of earlier posts. The final submission for the […]
Curriculum Design Assessment (Practice) Learning Opportunities (XCRI)
03 Sep 2012 Sheila MacNeill
Professor David Boud got this year’s eAssessment Scotland Conference off to a great start with his “new conceptions of feedback and how they might be put into practice” keynote presentation by asking the fundamental question ‘”what is feedback?” David’s talk centred on what he referred to as the “three generations of feedback”, and was a […]
Assessment Curriculum Design Assessment (Practice) Data Visualisation
29 Feb 2012 Simon Grant
We had a badges session last week at the CETIS conference (here are some summary slides and my slides on some requirements). I'd like to reflect on that, not directly (as Phil has done) but instead by looking forward on how a badge system for leisure activity might be put together.
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