502: Emerging Learning Assets in College Assignments: Automated Written Corrective Feedback Programs

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    Presenters: Krisztina Domjan (Professorial Lecturer, Office of Global and Immersive Studies), Susan George (Office of Global and Immersive Studies) & Max Rhinehart (Instructor, Office of Global and Immersive Studies)

    Time: 9:30 AM – 10:20 AM

    Session Description 

    In this workshop, participants explore the benefits of automated written corrective feedback (AWCF), such as Wordtune and Quillbot as learning assets. Are students prepared to leverage emerging online tools to enhance their learning experience? Presenters demonstrate research outcomes, highlight possible engagement norms and discuss strategies with co-presenters and attendees while testing the programs. The purpose of this session is to empower autonomous learners in courses that require written work.

    Learning Outcomes

    • Recognize the advantages of automated written corrective feedback tools, such as Wordtune and Quillbot, in the learning process
    • Explore how faculty might be able to guide students and prevent misusing these well-intended programs
    • Discuss how staff or faculty, within their discipline, might be able to implement and offer AWCF tools guidance for students as learning assets
    • Co-create a toolbox of strategies by identifying how to support the use of AWCF in their classrooms and facilitate this pedagogical intervention
    • Recognize the potential of asking students to apply AWCF tools in meaningful ways to enhance their written or oral communication skills

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