Thank you to all who have amplified the call for participants! There has been an incredible response, and I look forward to gaining insights from academics from all over the world! Recruitment is now closed.

About the project

As part of my Deakin University Master of Education, our phenomenological research project seeks to understand and explore the feedback literacy of higher education teaching staff and how the use of technology is being deployed productively to enhance relational aspects of feedback practices. If your work involves feedback and assessment in higher education and the use of audio/visual feedback technology, I would like to interview you about your experiences.

Interviews will take approximately 45 minutes and will be conducted via audio or video recorded Zoom at a convenient time during March – April 2021. If you are interested and willing to participate, please review, sign (page 5) and return the attached Plain Language Statement and Consent Form below.

The research will be guided by the following question:
What forms of feedback literacy are necessary to enhance technology-mediated feedback practices?

This study has received Deakin University ethics approval, reference number: HAE-21-031.

Project team

Ameena PayneStudent
A/Prof Rola AjjawiPrincipal researcher/
Dr. Jessica HollowayAssociate researcher/
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