Cobham, David and Jacques, Kevin and Spilberg, Rose (2008) Addressing student satisfaction in undergraduate computing programmes: the use of constructive alignment in automating mass, timely and high quality feedback. In: 2nd UK Workshop on Constructive Alignment, 16 January 2008, Nottingham.
|Item Type:||Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)|
|Divisions:||College of Science > School of Computer Science|
|Abstract:||Constructive alignment is increasingly becoming accepted as an effective Higher Education paradigm for constructing and delivering the curriculum. Information systems have a fundamental and possibly deterministic role to play in supporting a change to this paradigm for learning and assessment. Building on previously published results this paper reports on a pilot project whereby a philosophical shift in assessment and delivery procedures was achieved through adoption of constructive alignment. It reports on subsequent developments and focuses on the staff experience. Key findings are a) the extent to which information systems can have a deterministic effect in bringing about fundamental change in pedagogy b) the problems of mismatches in documentation between those held at institutional level and those that support study programmes.|
|Date Deposited:||13 Aug 2010 07:52|
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