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Students value timely and constructive feedback on their assignments and it can be very helpful to enable further learning that can improve future performance. The use of technology for providing feedback may be a way to improve the usefulness of feedback to students as part of the assessment process. Students in secondary schools, training organisations and universities can find immediate feedback invaluable in order to guide their progress. A broad canvas of feedback approaches are considered and explored in a recent literature review of feedback associated with assignments and assessments for university students. The review, Using technology to encourage student engagement with feedback: a literature review, is published in the journal Research in Learning Technology which is now openly accessible and a journal worth following.

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