"Think back to your time as a student. How did you experience feedback from your own instructors? Did reading their comments on your work bring moments of elation? Pride? Disappointment? Bewilderment? Do you still have a visceral reaction to a lot of red ink? "—Source: The Chronicle of Higher Education
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WHY THIS MATTERS:
Feedback is an important part of the learning process in higher education. Thanks to technological advances, feedback has the potential to be more impactful than ever before, but professors have to embrace new modes of communication to make it more engaging and effective.