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.

Benefit of this resource and how to make the best use of it

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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