Today the EMA Symposium (#REMA18) took place at the University of Reading, generating a lot of Twitter activity.
You can check out the full #REMA18 feed on Twitter.
Alternatively, take a look at some of the highlights below:
Getting ready to represent the JISC/Manchester Met assessment and feedback cycle at the University of Reading EMA Symposium tomorrow #REMA18 pic.twitter.com/dj85809Nrw
— Emma Mayhew (@emmamayhew9) May 21, 2018
The Reading EMA website has had a complete makeover. Looking really good, and lost of useful resources – like the wide range of video resources at https://t.co/lgI0cHRtFC #rema18
— UoR TEL (@UniRdg_TEL) May 22, 2018
Great to hear @AnnikaNewnham and her hilarious presentation at today's #rema18 conference on quickmarks and the challenges of electronic marking in the School of Law. pic.twitter.com/y8cCUvdWjT
— Adrian Aronsson-St.. (@AdrianStorrier) May 22, 2018
Cindy Becker uses audio feeedback in @Turnitin #rema18
Positive student feedback is leading to better interactions with students. pic.twitter.com/Er42C5dOE0
— Adam Bailey (@adamrgb) May 22, 2018
.@debheighes "good pedagogy…is the meaning of life"
Good advice: if you're spending lots of time crafting feedback which isn't being used – stop – change what you are doing. That might be preparing students more for feedback, it might be a more radical change. #rema18
— Calvin James Smith (@C_J_Smith) May 22, 2018
Cakes and biscuits at #rema18 pic.twitter.com/1phSIubCe0
— David Nutt (@dr_nutt) May 22, 2018