Feedback on Online and Blended Teaching – General Tips Guide for Staff

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This guide considers approaches around seeking high quality feedback on online and blended modules and programmes.

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Gathering feedback on teaching online courses is an important aspect to consider. However, recent research suggests that feedback should not be gathered on online/blended modules in exactly the same way as traditional face-to-face modules. This guide concisely details considerations to keep in mind when gathering good quality feedback on online and blended modules and programmes

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