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Paper Review Revolution: Screencasting Feedback for Developmental Writers
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NADE Digest Volume 5, Number 3,

Abstract

Researchers from Kaplan University present findings from a media-rich feedback pilot program that targets students from developmental writing courses. One study of student reactions reveals how screencasting feedback encouraged more formative, holistic feedback and students' awareness of writing process, audience, and revision. A second study comparing grades shows how media-rich feedback had a positive effect on student performance.

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Boone, J. & Carlson, S. (2011). Paper Review Revolution: Screencasting Feedback for Developmental Writers. NADE Digest, 5(3), 15-23. Retrieved January 24, 2020 from .

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