Harmonized Appraisal: Generating Feedback while Grading

CLI Fellowship of Colin Lee

The Community for Learning & Innovation (CLI) gives lecturers from Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) the opportunity to apply for a fellowship. With this fellowship, they research educational innovation, or carry out an educational project.
On this page you can read more about the CLI Fellowship of Colin Lee (RSM), about harmonized appraisal for generating feedback while grading.

Feedback is typically considered to be an essential component of an effective teaching and learning environment, but providing high-quality and high-information feedback is challenging. It is time-consuming, it is difficult to ensure consistency, and the scalability is low. To mitigate some of these challenges, this CLI Fellowship focuses on the development of an assessment methodology that is efficient, effective, and has a high impact on student learning, while heeding the key constraints that educators in higher education face.


In 2022, Colin won the RSM Innovative Teaching Award for developing the HAPP software. More information can be found on the HAPP website

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Colin Lee is an assistant professor in Human Resource Management at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University. He teaches Human Resource Management and People Analytics. His research focusses on questions at the intersection of human resources, organizational behavior, IO psychology, and career studies. His work leverages text analytics and Natural Language Processing to provide insights into how people can be matched to work and to develop tools for the dissemination of academic knowledge in his fields of interest.

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