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Setting out the Role of Feedback in the Assessment Process through Both the Student and Tutor Perspective.

@inproceedings{Hepplestone2016SettingOT,
  title={Setting out the Role of Feedback in the Assessment Process through Both the Student and Tutor Perspective.},
  author={Stuart Hepplestone and Ian Glover and Brian Irwin and Helen J. Parkin},
  year={2016}
}
Despite assessment and feedback being important elements of the student experience, it is not clear how students connect these two elements together to improve their learning. What are students doing with the assignment feedback that they receive from tutors, and how do they make use of this feedback in their future assessments? A research study was undertaken to deconstruct feedback from the perspective of the tutor giving the feedback and the student receiving the feedback in order to explore… 
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