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The role of Automated Feedback in building student belonging in large classes | 13 May

Date: Thursday, 13th May 2021
Time: 03:00 PM
Location: Zoom – further details provided upon registration

About this Event

“Automated Feedback” is not a replacement to existing feedback, but a way to enrich the existing feedback ecosystem.
In this session we will discuss how to use automated feedback…
  • as a way to further communicate your personality as a teacher
  • as a means of getting more points of contact with students
  • in the form of Activity-Based Conditional (ABC) messaging
  • in the form of  Learning Power

“Automated Feedback” has existed in various forms at UTS for some time, from online quizzes, to adaptive learning platforms, to conditional messaging. In this series we will look at the key categories of automated feedback and how you can use them to respond to a range of common and pressing issues associated with learning and teaching.

Event time: 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Who should attend this session? 

Staff responsible for subject coordination or involved in teaching a UTS Course.

Zoom Link

Zoom link will be provided upon registration

Register for This Event

Your video, audio and the meeting chat transcript may be recorded at this event. Please advise the facilitator if you do not wish to be recorded.

To register your attendance, please 

Register for the Automated Feedback series

Part 1: Enriching your feedback ecosystem with Automated Feedback

Register now for Part 1

Part 3: The role of the Automated Feedback in responding to variable student pace of learning

Register now for Part 3

Part 4: The role of Automated Feedback in diagnosing your students’ needs

Register now for Part 4