Teaching & Learning


Initiatives and resources supporting the objectives of UCL's Education Strategy 2016-21


Assessment & feedback

These quick guides and internal and external links are designed to give you a thorough introduction to assessment & feedback approaches.


Giving good quality feedback workshops run regularly throughout the academic year. Click on the blue box below to access current dates available.

You can also contact Jenny Griffiths to book a workshop delivered in your own department, institute or faculty.

Book a Giving good quality feedback workshop



Have you got MyFeedback? Information and guidance


Quick Guides (3 minute videos)

Communities and forums

Assessment Forum on Moodle: Here you can raise assessment and feedback questions for discussion, and respond to others' questions. This space has been set up by the Connected Curriculum Assessment and Feedback Working Group, and is open to anybody at UCL. Everybody enrolled in the Connected Curriculum Moodle space is automatically enrolled here.

Action on feedback Moodle: this space provides resources related to the Giving good quality feedback workshops.

Assessment and Feedback Working Group on the Connected Curriculum Moodle.

UCL resources for your students

A students guide to assessment and feedback (website)

A students guide to assessment and feedback (downloadable booklet)

Teaching and learning resources for departments

Download or order hard copies of a variety of resources related to education at UCL for you or your students.


The LSE Teaching and Learning Centre's Assessment Toolkit

Assessment and feedback mythbusting panel 25 June 2015: write up

Audio feedback: guidance from UCL Digital Education

"The problem with assessment criteria: implications for fair and consistent marking" - Professor Sue Bloxham video and


Better Questions for Higher Order Objectives: Improving the Quality of Assessment in Higher Education

Development of Learning Taxonomy for an Undergraduate Course in Architectural Engineering Program 

Comparison of Case-Based and LectureBased Learning in Dental Education Using the SOLO Taxonomy

Constructive Alignment and the SOLO Taxonomy: A Comparative Study of University Competences in Computer Science vs. Mathematics