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Providing Veedback (Video Feedback) to Students

Video feedback is a great way to help students improve their work while applying a personal touch.

Student studying on a laptop

Sure, you can mark up a student’s submitted paper with pen or using the comment function in Word, comment on their assignment in Inquire (Moodle), or provide your critique through email, but video feedback (veedback) is another great method to help students improve their work while applying a more personal touch.

Video feedback, or veedback, can be easily done using Jing.

A few things to know about Jing:

  • Free to download for either Mac or PC
  • Allows only 5 minutes of recording time with no editing capability
  • Upload the video to free Screencast account and share the link for others to view
  • Easily save the video to your computer, convert SWF to MP4 using VLC, and upload to YouTube or Vimeo
  • Step-by-step tutorials

Read about how other instructors are using veedback:

Borup, J., West, R. E., & Thomas, R. (2015). The Impact of Text Versus Video Communication on Instructor Feedback in Blended Courses. Educational Technology Research and Development, 63(2), 161-184. Available online (PDF).

Seror, J. (2012). Show Me! Enhanced Feedback through Screencasting Technology. TESL Canada Journal, 30(1), 104-116. Available via Fintel.

Vincelette, E. J., & Bostic, T. (2013). Show and Tell: Student and Instructor Perceptions of Screencast Assessment. Assessing Writing, 18(4), 257-277. Available online (PDF).