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Responding to ‘Making feedback more useful and used’: A practical case study of managing feedback on a large first year compulsory course

Research output: Other contribution


Publication date2009
DescriptionCase Study
Number of pages12
<mark>Original language</mark>English


This case study arises from changes to the feedback strategy for a large, compulsory first year Law course (LAW103r), which seeks to maximise feedback potential to a large number of students within the existing constraints of staff time and resources.