Enhancing the student learning experience: evaluating the impact of voice email technology in formative assessment strategy

George Macgregor, Alex Spiers

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    Abstract

    This workshop reports on a project principally concerned with evaluating the role of formative audio feedback in improving student learning, but also in exploring student perceptions of feedback delivered via such technologies, and better understanding how this audio feedback is used after its delivery to students. This workshop will demonstrate how students in Liverpool Business School, Liverpool John Moores University, are receiving Wimba Voice email for effective feedback on formative assessment. It will also provide an overview of how the technology works and how it can be embedded within curriculum design.

    Workshop

    WorkshopSchool of Sport and Exercise Sciences Learning and Teaching Day
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    CityLiverpool
    Period18/06/1018/06/10

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    Keywords

    • learning technology
    • pedagogy
    • curriculum design
    • assessment strategies
    • audio feedback
    • formative assessment

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    Macgregor, G., & Spiers, A. (2010). Enhancing the student learning experience: evaluating the impact of voice email technology in formative assessment strategy. 1-29. Paper presented at School of Sport and Exercise Sciences Learning and Teaching Day, Liverpool, United Kingdom.
    Macgregor, George ; Spiers, Alex. / Enhancing the student learning experience : evaluating the impact of voice email technology in formative assessment strategy. Paper presented at School of Sport and Exercise Sciences Learning and Teaching Day, Liverpool, United Kingdom.29 p.
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    Macgregor G, Spiers A. Enhancing the student learning experience: evaluating the impact of voice email technology in formative assessment strategy. 2010. Paper presented at School of Sport and Exercise Sciences Learning and Teaching Day, Liverpool, United Kingdom.