Does Mechanism Matter? Student Recall of Electronic versus Handwritten Feedback

Megan E. Osterbur, Elizabeth Yost Hammer, Elliott Hammer, International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching, Learning, Feb 02, 2015
Commentary by Stephen Downes

You probably won't see this one in the Chronicle: "Our research found that whereas students who preferred or received handwritten feedback recall more feedback (quantity), those who actually received electronic feedback recall comments more accurately (quality)."

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