Author Archives: Rosalind Campbell

Awakening students to the value of feedback

Introduction Student feedback, particularly in relation to assessed work, is a hot topic. Various initiatives over the years have focused on ways to improve levels of student engagement and satisfaction with feedback but it continues to be both a challenging … Continue reading

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Efficiency savings add up

This post was written by Dr Bruce Sinclair, Director of Teaching in the School of Physics and Astronomy. Our degrees in physics and astronomy are accredited by the UK Institute of Physics (IOP). The IOP requires paperwork and an inspection … Continue reading

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Awakening students to the value of feedback

Student feedback, particularly in relation to assessed work, is a hot topic. Various initiatives over the years have focused on ways to improve levels of student engagement and satisfaction with feedback but it continues to be both a challenging and … Continue reading

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Quality monitoring and review: Much more than a paper exercise

Part of CAPOD’s remit involves academic quality monitoring and review. Annual Academic Monitoring (AAM) is a crucial element of the University’s procedures for quality assuring and enhancing learning and teaching. Schools reflect on and evaluate their learning and teaching experiences … Continue reading

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