This page is a follow-up on E-Feedback: Introduction and focuses on how digital aids can be used to support e-feedback. Once you have completed the assignments on this page, you will have reached the following learning objectives:
- You know which digital aids can be used to give e-feedback
- You can use the digital aid that you think would work best for you/your students
Click here to unfold 'Prior Knowledge'
What type of feedback giver are you? Take the quiz below to find out!
Click here to unfold 'Instruction'
There are six main digital aids that can be used for providing e-feedback. Most of these tools have already made an appearance in previous modules. The tools have been selected based on quality and privacy, and only free (or purchased by HU) tools have been selected. Click here to go to the database to learn more about the tools that can be used for e-feedback and to see examples of assignments that could be given using these tools. You can also review the database below:
Click here to unfold 'Quiz'
Have you studied the online database and read the descriptions of the tools? Did you watch the video? Test your knowledge below!
Click here to unfold 'Final Assignment'
For the assignment on E-feedback: Introduction you wrote a plan on how to give feedback during one of the writing courses. You are now going to complete this plan, by implementing digital aids. Take the steps below:
- Open your plan, focus on both the 'realistic' and the 'ideal' plan.
- Take a look at where you could implement digital aids to facilitate the process.
- Pick one or more tools from the database and add it/them to your plan.
- Create an example - what it should look like - for at least one tool. This could serve as an example for either students or colleagues (or both).
- Upload your revised plan to the assignment tab (not available in free course)