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My hope is that these questions stimulate a dialogue between students and tutor, rather than just between interviewer and each participant - so do feel free to ask each other questions, or comment on each other's responses.

Sound check - introduce yourselves.

1.

Question for student(s) after they have described the work:

  • (If optional) Why did you choose to make a [video / blog / podcast etc]?
  • (If compulsory) Why do you think you were asked to make a [video / blog / podcast etc]?

2.

  • Question to student: What was your impression of this assignment when you first got it - did it seem like academic work?
  •  Question to assessor: Do you have anything to add?

3.

  • Question to student: What was your understanding of how to succeed in the task (particularly the digital part), and how did you go about producing that? 
  • Question to assessor: What was your understanding of how to succeed in the task (particularly the digital parts), and how did you recognise it?

4.

  • Question to student: Who were your audience, and how did your ideas about them influence your work?
  • Question to assessor: Do you have anything to add?

5.

  • Question to student: Which parts of your digital work were most straightforward to produce?
  • Question to assessor: Which parts of the work were most straightforward to assess?

6.

  • Question to student: Which areas of your digital work were most challenging to produce?
  • Question to assessor: Which were the most challenging to assess?

7.

  • Question to student: What has been most valuable about doing the digital part of this assessed work, for you?
  • Question to assessor: What is the most valuable thing about this assessment, for you?

8.

  • Is there anything else you would like to mention?



 

 

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