Framework for evaluating online assessment in business education: Trade-offs in promoting innovation

In the context of the rapid transition to fully online teaching and learning driven by COVID-19 (Ali, 2020), the Australian Business Deans Council commissioned a research project into online assessment in higher education in Australia. The cross-institutional project team consisted of members from the University of Sydney Business School, UTS Business and Chartered Accountants ANZ.Continue reading “Framework for evaluating online assessment in business education: Trade-offs in promoting innovation”

Adopting Cadmus for sustainable feedback and engagement

Continuous feedback has been recognized as a means of facilitating employee development and greater engagement in workplaces. The power of continuous feedback is equally applicable to students in higher education environments. Continuous feedback builds on pedagogical principles of formative feedback (Gedye, 2015), feedforward (Reimann et al., 2019) and assessment for learning (Sambell et al., 2012)Continue reading “Adopting Cadmus for sustainable feedback and engagement”

One to many: a new paradigm for student feedback and engagement

The University of Sydney Business School is piloting a new system for delivering media-rich feedback to students with the aim of enhancing engagement and personalisation. A custom process has been developed that allows educators to create stratified video feedback quickly and at scale. Augmenting one of the text-based feedback systems currently used in the School withContinue reading “One to many: a new paradigm for student feedback and engagement”