Higher Education in Times of Covid-19: Giving Online Feedback Implementation Another Look
- Michael Hast
This short reflection piece seeks to examine the importance of online feedback in light of higher education student experiences during times of Covid-19. In doing so, it seeks to address how online approaches need to be harnessed further to minimise experiences of ‘missing out’ of education. The review summarises key advantages provided by online feedback implementation at the university level. It then continues by outlining the main challenges in this domain – challenges that will be even more pertinent in the current climate. Finally, the conclusion offers some thoughts on how student engagement with online feedback might be fostered further, in the hopes of mitigating the interference emphasised by the current global situation.
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