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Recipes for Digital Assessment

Many staff across the Faculty have already embedded digital assessment methodologies into their modules. They have kindly shared their experiences with us here.

Check out the links below to learn about some digital assessment methodologies currently in practice across the Faculty of Arts.

American Horror Story

Dr Mark Storey and Dr Stephen Shapiro, English and Comparative Literary Studies

This module enables students to create video essays.

Find out more.

Space and Place in Ancient Greek Literature

Dr Emmanuela Bakola, Classics and Ancient History

This module enables students to create video essays.

Find out more.

Hellenistic World: Digital Storytelling

Dr Conor Trainor, Classics and Ancient History

This module enables students to create digital stories for museum audiences.

Find out more.

Gender in Trouble: Contemporary German Culture

Dr Katherine Stone, School of Modern Languages and Cultures

This module enables students to create a multimedia project.

Find out more.

The Practice of Film Criticism

Dr Jose Arroyo, Film and Television Studies

This module enables students to create video essays.

Find out more.

Your Module Here?

Are you running a module with a digital assessment option? Tell us about it and share your experience with the community.


Email Becca Stone at R.Stone.1@warwick.ac.uk

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Click here to meet the team

These resources were created by a co-creation team of students and staff in the Faculty of Arts. Student creators: Charlotte Crabtree (English), Lucia Evans (SMLC), Lily Rose Fitzmaurice (Liberal Arts), Weiqi Guo (Film & TV), Beccy Lee (History) and Ishraq Subhan (History/Politics).
The project was funded by the Warwick International Higher Education Academy (WIHEA), and lead by Dr. Rebecca Stone (Faculty of Arts) with Dr. Bryan Brazeau (Liberal Arts) as a project partner and Mr. Todd Olive (Graduate, Global Sustainable Development).
Many thanks to Damien Homer, Jess Humphreys, Bo Kelestyn, Heather Meyer, Robert O'Toole and Elena Riva, for their time and expertise.
Check out students digital assessment submissions to the DAL Showcase 2020

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Click here for staff resources, guidance and best practice information on digital pedagogy, and find out about how you can contribute your expertise to our learning community.
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