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Using email to give feedback on projects and assignments: Case studies from US institutions

1. California State University Monterey Bay (CSUMB)

"At CSUMB, and many other DEEP schools, students frequently rely on e-mail to obtain feedback on projects and assignments. Students often e-mail papers to faculty before they are due, to seek additional feedback. In addition, faculty members frequently use E-mail to initiate contact with students. A student leader said that many “profs will e-mail or call if you are not in class.” Students at many DEEP schools mentioned they used e-mail to ask their faculty members questions instead of going to office hours."

2. University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP)

"UTEP students also use e-mail to communicate with faculty. Many professors collect e-mail addresses at the beginning of a course and often send messages throughout the term about opportunities and campus events."

Student success in college
Kuh, GD, Kinzie, J, Schuh, JH, Whitt, EJ, and Associates, 2010


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