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Teacher & Student Perspectives on Screencast & Text Feedback in ESL Writing

"Teacher & Student Perspectives on Screencast & Text Feedback in ESL Writing"
Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI: 10:30am, Thursday, May 12th, 2016

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In making choices about technology-mediated feedback, an understanding of the considerations from both the student and instructor perspectives is important. This presentation reports on the findings of a study of student and instructor perspectives on screencast and MS Word comment feedback on student ESL writing. The multiple measures within-groups study looks at how these perspectives change with continued exposure and how student and instructor perspectives compare.

Publications from 'in my first study' mentioned in the presentation-


Cunningham, K. J. (2019) Student perceptions and use of technology-mediated text and screencast feedback in ESL writing. Computers and Composition. 52. 222-241. - free until April 19, 2019 with this link

Cunningham, K. J. (2017). Appraisal as a framework for understanding multimodal electronic feedback: positioning and purpose in screencast video and text feedback in ESL writingWriting and Pedagogy- special issue on Multimodality in electronic feedback on writing. 9(3). 457-485.