Project team members Tracii Ryan, Michael Henderson, and Michael Phillips have co-authored a new journal article which presents a study of students’ perceptions of feedback modes. The article, which is published in the British Journal of Educational Technology, investigates students’ perceptions of detail, personalisation and usability for five different feedback modes, as well as comparing perceptions between students who received a single feedback mode with students who received multiple modes. The results suggests that the method used to deliver feedback comments can impact on the level of detail, personalisation, and usability of the information. Furthermore, student perceptions of feedback may be lower when comments are delivered via a single mode rather than multiple modes.
- New book chapter – Technology and feedback design
- New journal article – The challenges of feedback in higher education