Show and tell: E-marking & Feedback 25.02.15

PresentationWhere: Derwent D/L 036

When: Weds 25th Feb 12.15-1.45 (Lunch will be provided)

The number of students submitting work online has grown significantly over the past year. In many cases this change has had an impact on the student experience and administrative processes and also, significantly, in how markers read and provide feedback on student work.

This session will provide participants with an opportunity to share their experiences of marking on screen and hear from academic colleagues who have ventured into the world of e-marking for formative and summative assignments, including:

  • Jane Lund (SPSW) – Annotating student work in MS Word for summative assessments
  • Alex Gillett (Management) – Wholly online marking workflow within the VLE, utilising annotations, overview comments and interactive rubrics for large group submissions.

The E-Learning Development Team will also present a few ideas of how technology can support e-marking and highlight recent changes to the VLE’s native toolsets for assignment submission, including anonymity (but not as we know it), delegated grading and a new grading App for ipads.

Please register your interest in this event or let us know if you would like to contribute by getting in touch with simon.davis@york.ac.uk. A buffet lunch will be available and places will be limited and allocated on a first come first served basis.

2 responses to “Show and tell: E-marking & Feedback 25.02.15

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