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This webinar shares experiences from two projects which have been working on a new approach to designing assessments and will give some practical examples of assessment and feedback for employability.
It looks at how the COLLABORATE project at the University of Exeter and the FAST (Feedback and Assessment Strategy Testing) project at Cornwall College are utilising:
- Employability as a ‘driver’ for change
- Assessment and feedback as a ‘vehicle’ for change
- Technology as a ‘supporter’ for change
all in their quest to improve the student’s’ experience and to make it more relevant to their graduates’ future employment.
The session includes an overview of their work, a new approach to designing assessments and some practical examples of assessment and feedback for employability.
Who should attend
This webinar will be of interest to a range of staff involved in employability initiatives in further and higher education including:
- programme/course teams
- educational developers
- learning technologists
- staff supporting educational change
- Exploring employability through assessment and feedback
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