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Poster Session 7: Student responses to assessment
Day , 11.30am
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Chair: Linda Graham
00108 EFL tutors and students perceptions of written assessment, feedback and criteria across six English departments at a Libya University
Imad Waragh
university of Sunderland, UK
00109 Measuring tertiary students' progress in English for specific purposes courses with self-assessment
Dietmar Tatzl
FH JOANNEUM University of Applied Sciences, Austria
00110 Overcoming Assessment Challenges - Tipping the Balance
Ruth Sutcliffe*, Rachel Sparks Linfield, Ros Geldart
Leeds Beckett University, UK
00111 Feeding forward from feedback with Business and Food first years
Jane Headley*, Pam Whitehouse
Harper Adams University, UK
00112 Student perceptions of oral and written feedback
Anna Steen-Utheim
BI Norwegian Business School, Norway
00113 Designing assessments to develop academic skills while promoting good academic practice and limiting students' use of purchased or repurposed materials
Ann Rogerson
University of Wollongong, Australia
00114 Developing pedagogy: Using Pecha Kucha as formative assessment in two undergraduate modules
Nicola Hirst
Liverpool John Moores University, UK
00115 Making the formative feedback effective:Feed-forward feedback: Study of student’s perception on the video assignment guidance and its influence on their learning
Harish Jyawali
GSM London, UK
00116 Developing collegial relationships: Students providing feedback on staff member's teaching and assessment practices. 
Jennifer Scoles, Mark Huxham*
Edinburgh Napier University, UK
00117 Students Love Assessment: Using assessment to improve engagement
Toby Carter*, Nancy Harrison, Julian Priddle
Anglia Ruskin University, UK