Academic Skills: Feedback
Understand and use marker feedback effectively
Academic feedback is when you receive guidelines and information about your performance, in order to improve your work and progress in your learning.
Feedback will be provided across all your courses in a number of ways, including oral, written, informal, formal, evaluative, peer and self-assessed feedback.
Our video explains how you might receive feedback and how you are expected to use it - the companion guide provides detailed guidance around understanding specific feedback and what markers are looking for (find this in the Guides section below).
Last updated on 13 February 2024
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