Towards a Principle-Based Technology-Enabled Approach to Supporting and Facilitating Self and Peer Assessment and Feedback
The Higher Education Academy’s first annual learning and teaching STEM conference will take place on 12 and 13 April 2012 at Imperial College London, one of the world's leading centres of excellence for teaching and research in the fields of science, technology and medicine. STEM subjects are recognised as having strategic importance in higher education for the economy and employers. The student learning experience in STEM subjects is vital in ensuring sustained growth in the uptake of these key disciplines. Furthermore an excellent learning experience ensures that students have developed the right skills at the time of graduation and beyond through continued professional development. The Higher Education Academy (HEA) provides national leadership in developing and disseminating evidence-informed practice in learning and teaching in higher education; this conference will provide a platform for this for the HEA's STEM disciplines (for full list see below).
Citation : Chen L., McCloy F., Nicholl P. (2012) Towards a Principle-Based Technology-Enabled Approach to Supporting and Facilitating Self and Peer Assessment and Feedback, In Proceedings of the STEM Annual Conference 2012, London, April 2012
Research Group : CIIRG
Research Institute : Cyber Technology Institute (CTI)