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Golden ticket glitch: helping students to use feedback to improve their academic and information literacy skills - Howard

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Golden ticket glitch: helping students to use feedback to improve their academic and information literacy skills - Howard

  1. 1. Feed forward feedback to improve academic performance Helping students understand and use their academic anD research skills feedback our online resource helps students to: understand that engagement with feedback is vital in Higher Education study Interpret feedback which is not directive or which uses unfamiliar language understand that using their feedback is part of being an effective independent learner Make connections to see the relevance of feedback from one piece of academic work to others Translate their feedback into actions for improvement: feed forward Recognise that much feedback relates to their academic and research skills The using and understanding feedback resource focuses on: Have a look at our online resource at: library.leeds.ac.uk/skills-feedback Research and referencing Criticality and argument Structure and coherence of academic writing Language and style understanding and content

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