Using Web-based Technology for
Interactive, Formative Feedback in Online Learning 

Teaching and tutoring in an online modality creates challenges to providing high-quality, individualized, formative feedback for student learning. However, course design, interactive tutorials, video feedback, and personalized tutoring provide opportunities for dynamic, multimodal feedback.

This session discusses how using technology and proven online pedagogies for interaction and substantive student feedback increases student engagement in online learning. Specifically, this presentation demonstrates how the Academic Support Centers develop web-based tutorials, offer personalized video feedback, provide live, online tutoring and workshop sessions in order to create learning spaces where both students and tutor are “present.”

Photo Melody PickleDr. Melody Pickle works as the Writing Specialist for the Writing Across the Curriculum program at Kaplan University. She speaks regularly the topics of student writing assessment, and teaching writing online.

Photo Ray HuangRay Huang is the Senior Customer Programs Manager at Turnitin. His focus is on developing programs to ensure customer success. He regularly writes for the Turnitin blog and newsletters, organizes user events, leads social media outreach, and oversees training resources.

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