Monthly Archives: April 2024

Assessment in a world of Generative AI: What might we lose?

Introduction For the most part, assessment in higher education is viewed in the negative as opposed to the positive. It is something to be endured, worked through, marked and managed. Assessment causes significant anxiety and stress for students and staff

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The Evidence-Informed-Teaching Infographics Project: a novel and engaging way to communicate scholarship

Sue Robbins is Senior Lecturer in English Language and Director of Continuing Professional Development in the School of Media, Arts and Humanities. Evidence-informed Teaching Whereas research-informed teaching refers to the different ways in which students are exposed to research content

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Encouraging attendance and engagement through portfolio assessment

Lynne Murphy is Professor of Linguistics at the University of Sussex. Her research and teaching concerns lexicology, lexical semantics, and pragmatics, and transatlantic Englishes. Twice a National Endowment for the Humanities Public Scholar, she is currently writing a book about small

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