The Flexible Feedback Project was a collaboration between the University of Derby Fashion Programme and members of The Technology Enhanced Learning Team. The project explored how lecture capture technologies, embedded with the Institutional Virtual Learning Environment (VLE), could be used to provide 1st and 2nd Year Fashion students with video feedback, accessible through their own devices at times and in locations of their choosing.
The key aims of the project were to create videos resources which:
- Acted as demonstrative practical tutorials for self-study purposes, both in and out of class
- Captured design studio based student-tutor feedback conversations
- Captured student presentations for post-session reflection
Alongside this a space was needed for students to be able to create a reflective journal to consider how feedback could be used to support future learning experiences
This website details the rationale behind the project, outlines the different steps involved in creating workflows, provides examples of feedback and makes available workflows for three approaches adopted when providing feedback. The term feedback when used in this website refers to any approaches used by the tutors to provide students with dialogic support before, during and after their assessment activities.
Who the team were:
Ann is a Senior Fashion Lecturer on the BA (Hons) Fashion studies degree. Ann is also an LTA (Learning and Teaching Advisor in Design)
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Charlie is a Learning Technology Advisor who supports tutors as they consider how technologies might be used to support their learning, teaching and assessment practices.
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Rob is a Media Advisor who supports academic staff create video and media content for learning, teaching and assessment purposes.
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