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Transcript of HHS demo
Pilot eMarking Quicker
return to students Commenting on
'how' Lighter Backed up plagiarism
checked Submit from home
No printing Can go through
digest mark in
private More detail
Clearer Integration Fix mistakes
More detail eSubmission administration
and teaching roles
checking paper or
nothing First year only
Opt out to opt in Proof of receipt Work Flow marker 1 marker 2 external archive admin marker 1 marker 2 external Analytics SMS SMS Archive Cath Ellis
library.hud.ac.uk/blogs/projects/ebeam/ Typing faster than writing
Simultaneous moderation Simultaneous originality checking Automatic grammar, spelling and punctuation student perceptions of course management job satisfaction for administrative staff facing crisis as opportunity radical change agility pedagogical administrative Work Flow Visual See:
what isn't working
duplication of effort
unnecessary processes culture of questioning Change Giving academics reason to change Take work off them Team work Administrative skills Academic judgement 'Sortable'
-date submitted 1000 students x 3 assessment tasks x 3 mark entry steps (@5 secs) = 12.5 hours
1000 students x 3 assessment tasks x 2 mark entry steps (@5 secs) + (3 x excel transfers @20 mins each) = approx 9.3 hours
3 x excel transfers @20 = 1 hour No handwriting to interpret Audio feedback Audio comments Assessment and feedback as dialogue Reference: Bloxham and Boyd
Developing Effective Assessment in Higher Education: a Practical Guide