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Student-created podcasting

Page history last edited by Jenny Waycott 11 years, 7 months ago

Small Group Discussion: Podcasting

 

This wiki page is provided for recording small group discussions about issues relating to the assessment of student-created podcasts.

 

 

 

Participants

Greg Battye

Leitha Delves

Mark Lee

Siobhan Lenihan

Scribe: Joan Richardson

 

 

Discussion question:

When university students are asked to demonstrate their learning by creating and sharing audio/video podcasts, what academic standards, and assessment and reporting practices are essential or desirable?

Comments (1)

a.t.kirkwood@open.ac.uk said

at 2:45 am on Nov 26, 2009

Due to the relative novelty of learner-generated audio resources for assessment purposes, there is likely to be some conflating of 'technical' issues and 'assignment' issues when compared with written essays and the like. This is less likely to be a problem in areas like languages. A clear specification of the purpose of the podcasts and the assessment criteria are essential.

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