The action comes as the National Union of Students steps up its campaign for better feedback, launching a form for students to attach to work when they hand it in.
In a move that is bound to irritate some lecturers, students will tick boxes to say whether they want their feedback in written, verbal, electronic or audio form. Tutors are also asked whether they are available for one-to-one feedback.
Times Higher Education
Not surprisingly, comments on the linked page tend to flag up the often substantial course subscription sizes. I agree that interactive feedback is a nice thing where reasonably possible (not that there are that many ways to say 'proofreading isn't optional' that demand face-to-face verbal nuance), but if I get hit with one of these forms I think my response will be that I am certainly available for critical chats, charging the same rate per hour I'm paid for leading tutorials.