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More than Words: Using Voice Comments to Provide Effective Feedback

What’s the value of feedback on student written work if that feedback goes unread?  With more writing instruction and evaluation going online, the opportunity to provide feedback through different modalities has opened the door for instructors to tap into more diverse options for reaching students.  

This 30-minute webcast explores the benefits—and the increased efficacy—of using voice comments to provide feedback on student writing.

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Photo Meagan Kittle AutryMeagan Kittle Autry is the Assistant Director of the First Year Writing Program and the Campus Writing and Speaking Program at North Carolina State University, where she is also working on her PhD in Communication, Rhetoric, and Digital Media. Her research with the writing programs focuses on teaching with technology in hybrid (also known as blended) classrooms and the use of audio-visual feedback for writers across disciplines. Her work also focuses specifically on issues for writing program administrators in implementing technology in their programs.  

Renee Bangerter

Renee Bangerter is a Professor of English at Saddleback College and has been teaching writing for 15 years. She collaborates with K-12 teachers developing curriculum to bridge the gap between high school and college in reading, writing and grammar. Renee creates the professional development webinars for Turnitin, emphasizing how instructors can innovatively teach students about plagiarism.

Photo Jason ChuJason Chu is the Senior Education Manager at Turnitin.  His focus is on working to build resources for educators, and his personal passion is to find better ways to enhance student achievement.  He will be moderating this webinar.


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