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I presented at the ERGA 2009 conference on feedback and flexible learning  at Adelaide University on the 24th September. My presentation focused on the adaptation of our ALTC funded peer review instrument for use by students to facilitate reflective thinking through formative feedback and assessment.

ERGA is a cross-disciplinary community of educators promoting high quality University learning through evidence-based, practical approaches to teaching. The research group  is currently comprised of members representing several universities. At the University of Adelaide, members are from the five Faculties of the University of Adelaide and the divisions of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor and VP (Academic and Research).

Further information about the ERGA Conference 2009: Feedback and Flexible Learning held 24 – 25  September: Lower Napier Building, University of Adelaide is available from: http://www.adelaide.edu.au/erga/

I also presented a formal peer reviewed paper on this topic at the ATN Assessment Conference held at RMIT, Melbourne on the 19th and 20th November. The theme of the conference was “Assessment in Different Dimensions”: http://emedia.rmit.edu.au/atnassessment09/

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