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Using audit to improve teaching and learning – a UCL Arena session on 20 May

9 May 2014

UCL Arena Teaching Learning Conference 2014

Students are given feedback in the expectation that they will use it, but how do we know whether our feedback is effective?

Dr Pam Donovan, UCL Physics and Astronomy, will present a case study based on an audit of second-year Physics undergraduates' use of feedback on laboratory coursework.

Dr Donovan will also explore the advantages and problems of auditing teaching and discuss how audits can be used to improve teaching and learning in a variety of contexts.

When?

Tuesday 20 May, 1-2pm

Where?

UCL Arena Room, CALT, 1-19 Torrington Place WC1E 7HB

To book your place, visit the Single Training Booking System

Further information

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