DescriptionThis presentation considers the use of virtual learning environment (VLE) based quantitative marking rubrics in the arts, humanities and beyond. In the first instance, the presentation will make a short literature based case for the use of quantitative marking rubrics. Following this, Dr John Quinn, drawing on existing good practice in the University of the West of Scotland, will provide a personal reflection on the evolution of quantitative marking rubrics within the Performance and Filmmaking & Screenwriting subject area. A final discussion of the appropriateness of the development of a common quantitative marking rubric in the school of Media Culture & Society will close the presentation.
|Period||30 May 2017|
|Event title||Making Good Practice Common Practice: Assessment Committee Seminar 2|
|Location||Hamilton, United Kingdom|
|Degree of Recognition||Local|
Activity: Talk or presentation › Oral presentation