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Poster Session 6: Learning and contemporary higher education assessment
Day , 11.30am
Accelerate 2
Chair: Professor Kay Sambell
0098 Assessment timing: student preferences and its impact onperformance
Richard McManus
Canterbury Christ Church University, UK
0099 Peer and Public Pressure: Using Assessment to Raise Confidence and Ambitions amongst Undergraduate History and Sports Students
Lee Pridmore, Ruth Larsen*, Ian Whitehead
University of Derby, UK
00100 An evaluation of the student and staff experience of the introduction of audio feedback for undergraduate assessment
Nick Purkis*, Sandy Stockwell, Jane Jones, Pam Maunders, Kirsty Brinkman
The University of Winchester, UK
00101 The Impact of Commercial Involvement on the Development Of Academic Processes And On The Quality of Outcomes: A Case StudyTheme: Learning and contemporary higher education assessment
Ufuk Cullen*, Zach Thompson
Greenwich School of Management, UK
00102 Title of poster - Assessment Strategy: Online Distance Education
Elaine Walsh*, James Brunton
Dublin City University, Ireland
00103 ‘Skills Passport' for Life Sciences at Edinburgh Napier University: Helping students to help themselves
Janis MacCallum*, Samantha Campbell-Casey, Patricia Durkin, Anne MacNab
Edinburgh Napier University, UK
00104 The effect of the test re-do process on learner development in higher education foreign language courses
Kristen Sullivan
Shimonoseki City University, Japan
00105 Assessment Feedback Practice In First Year Using Digital Technologies – Preliminary Findings from an Irish Multi-Institutional Project
Lisa O'Regan*1, Mark Brown2, Moira Maguire3, Nuala Harding4, Elaine Walsh2, Gerry Gallagher3, Geraldine McDermott4
1Maynooth University, Ireland, 2Dublin City University, Ireland, 3Dundalk Institute of Technology, Ireland, 4Athlone Institute of Technology, Ireland
00106 Visualising the Narrative: Assessment through a programmatic lens
Bryan Taylor*, Mark Russell
King's College London, UK
00107 POSTERStudent and staff experiences of peer review and assessment in undergraduate UK HE settings
University of Hull, UK