TESTA@Greenwich - engaging students in feedback and assessment

Duncan McKenna


TESTA@Greenwich is a research project looking into assessment and feedback at the University of Greenwich. The central mission of the project is to use both quantitative and qualitative data, collected by students and coming directly from students and staff, to improve assessment and feedback at the programme level.


Student engagement; feedback and assessment

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21100/compass.v6i10.140


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