Transforming teaching : Making feedback work for students

Helen Shiels, Diane Sloan

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Abstract

This ongoing research project is to examine enablers and barriers in the development of effective co-creation of content between students and tutors, in the pursuit of an effective online collaborative learning environment within online postgraduate programmes of study.

This poster presentation will outline the research aims and objectives and provide an insight into the initial survey findings, administered to business and science-based students of online postgraduate programmes, within Ulster University
LanguageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 13 Jul 2016

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