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A number of activities were undertaken in order to disseminate the findings of this project, including the following:

Conference papers

Fernández-Toro, María and Furnborough, Concha (2013). Eliciting students’ voices through screencast assisted ‘feedback on feedback’. In: The Joy of Learning – EDEN Annual Conference Proceedings, 2013, Oslo, 12-15 June 2013, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway, pp. 61–70. This paper won the Best Research Paper Award.

Paper for Innovative Language Teaching & Learning at University conference (Bristol University, May 2012): Peer-to-peer feedback: a proposal for student engagement with the feedback process (Elena Polisca)

Poster for HEA Annual conference (The University of Manchester, June 2012): e-FEP: The e-Feedback Evaluation Project (Elena Polisca)

Paper for Language Futures: Languages in Higher Education Conference (LLAS Edinburgh, July 2012): Evaluating assignment e-feedback in Higher Education (María Fernández-Toro & Elena Polisca)

Traning events

All training sessions to date have been held internally. This is because they are still based on preliminary findings and a full set of training materials has not yet been developed. In due course the training sessions will be opened to a national audience. so far, the following internal events have been held:

    • Online internal workshop for OU Associate Lecturers (12th March 2012)
    • Languages Staff Development Day, The Open University in the South East (19th May 2012)
    • FACT briefing session for Jing/eFeP teams (14th June 2012)

Journal article

Fernández-Toro, Maria and Furnborough, Concha (2014). Feedback on feedback: eliciting learners’ responses to written feedback through student-generated screencasts. Educational Media International, 51(1) pp. 35–48.

Follow-up project

An internal sholarship project actively involving OU language tutors, to evaluate the potential of ‘feedback on feedback’ as a means of improving student engagement with written feedback.