BUSINESSi: A student newsletter building bridges

Camille Charles, Michael Wynn-Williams

Abstract


 

Feedback is seen as a link between the act of learning and the intended learning outcomes. In the early stages of education, it provides direct confirmation that the learning loop has been closed, but as the learner progresses through the educational system the learning becomes more exploratory. By the time of tertiary education, learning can expand far beyond the formalities of the classroom and the role of feedback becomes more complex. Universities create numerous channels of communication with students to bring this feedback into the open, but student-led newsletters may provide a platform for the most authentic student voice.



Keywords


Learning Theories; Feedback; Newsletter

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21100/jeipc.v5i1.945

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