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Assessment and feedback

The University’s Teaching Transformation Programme includes assessment as one of three areas that Schools might prioritise for development. Projects might include an audit and revision of assessment at programme level, or redesign of assessment to better support learning.

Assessment is often the focus for students and a strong motivator of interest. What is assessed, and how, gives strong messages about the knowledge, understanding and skills that are important in the discipline.

Dr Rachel Scudamore
Teaching and Learning Directorate

At Nottingham

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In this section

Design and loading

Choices of assessment  methods and timing in the module/programme.



Exam organisation, policies, regulations, classification and tools. 


Online assessment

Tools, processes and people to talk to.




Ongoing conversations with students about progress and development.



Academic integrity and plagiarism

Guidance on educating students about your expectations and Policies on Academic Misconduct. 



What colleagues are saying about Assessment and feedback

More about Assessment and feedback from the "Talking of teaching" blog

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Online tools

  • Saturnweb
    [ UK | China | Malaysia]
    The Student Administration System - details about students and class lists.
  • Past exam papers
    Available for students and staff to download
  • Rogō
    The University's e-Assessment management system.
  • Assessment results
    Log in to Blue Castle for exam results  

University regulations


Quality assurance 



Assessment framework 

  • An Assessment Framework
    to structure thinking about design, loading, marking, moderation and feedback across a programme.

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