Online Learning 2.0: Screencasting Feedback

Screencasting is an ideal way for instructors to add a visual component to voice feedback, and make the experience similar to the student sitting next to them in the office. The instructor records his or her comments while highlighting passages in the student's work where the feedback applies. A faculty member can say “Here you talked about this particular concept, but notice that you did not include a discussion of this related concept. It should have gone right here.” Now students get both the voice comments and an understanding of where they apply.

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