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Note that entering marks and feedback is not the same as releasing those to students - that needs to be actively managed.

ASER requires:

 A consistent feedback template

"Each department must agree a consistent student feedback template for any given assignment which makes appropriate reference to the marking criteria and explains to students how they can improve their work in future. These, or requests for exemptions in exceptional circumstances, must be submitted to Faculty Teaching Committees for approval."

UCL assessment platforms offer alternatives for this:

Depending on the technology you are using, there is a range of ways to give feedback.

 Ways to give feedback

See our comparison for details - this is a broad summary.

Moodle Assignment or Turnitin Assignment:

  • Moodle Assignment rubrics or marksheets.
  • Turnitin Assignment rubrics or marksheets.
  • Summary feedback.
  • Moodle Assignment allows files of feedback which may be typed, audio, or screencast.
  • Turnitin Assignment in-text 'bubble' comments within a submission, for specific feedback. These can be reused and linked to criteria in your rubric or marksheet.
  • Moodle Assignment also has in-text reusable comments.

Moodle Workshop peer feedback activity:

  • You design a form for peer markers to complete.

Moodle Quiz:

  • Feedback you specify for each option, question and/or grade band.

Practical guidance for enacting educational principles with assessment technologies.

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