Screencasts for feedback – project website featuring guides, case studies and research

The use of screencast software to provide feedback is fairly well established with a number of colleagues here at York using this approach to provide feedback to students (special thanks to Bill Soden amongst others for all his great work in this area).

A new website has been launched offering a series of guides, case studies and other resources has been launched, disseminating the outputs of a recent project evaluating uptake and opinion on screencast feedback compared with other forms.

Go to Using Screencast Video for Student Feedback – project website

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  1. Pingback: L&T Session H – Personalising feedback: Can we bridge the formative-summative gap? | York Learning & Teaching Forum·

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