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Online marking june 2013 - v2

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Slides from my training session on Online Marking

Slides from my training session on Online Marking

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  • (5 mins) Online Marking is voluntary….but is the future?
  • 5 (Mins)Video showing students views on ‘Feedback Clarity’
  • 5 Mins
  • (2.5 mins)
  • 10 MinsBlackboard. (5 mins)Access a Blackboard assignment.Download/upload a student assignment.Add feedback and grade.2. Turnitin…..(5 Mins)AccessTurnitin assignment.Show difference between ‘Originality’ mode and ‘GradeMark’ mode.Show GradeMark tools: Bubble Comments.Text comments.General Comments.Voice Comments.View/Add Rubric.Add grade.View QuickMark Manager.Add new quickMark set.Show how to access next/previous assignments.
  • (10 mins)
  • 2.5minsVideo on GradeMark
  • (5 Mins)Check learning of whole session.Online quiz ‘Staff Blackboard Testing Area’. Session 2 – QUIZ.
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    • 1. Bryony Bramer - Virtual Learning Environment Manager Chris Rowell - Technology Enhanced Learning Advisor (BaM) James Leahy – VLE Content Developer Alana Kane – VLE Content Developer Anna Williams IT Trainer June 2013 Online Marking
    • 2. 2 Welcome “All coursework assignments can only be submitted online via Blackboard” But Online Marking is voluntary Benefits: • Improved consistency. • Improved security and saves time. • Easier for end user to view comments.
    • 3. 3 Video https://myplayer.anglia.ac.uk/Play.aspx?Vid eoId=333
    • 4. 4 The aim of this session is : To show how to mark students online submissions for Blackboard and Turnitin assignments.
    • 5. 5 Learning Objectives You will be able to: • Understand some of the benefits on online marking • Access the students‟ Turnitin/Blackboard assignments. • Download and upload a Blackboard assignment. • Add feedback to a Blackboard assignment. • Access the GradeMark feature in Turnitin. • Add feedback and grades to a assignment using GradeMark. • Understand how students can access their feedback and grades in Blackboard.
    • 6. 6 Demo https://blackboard.regents.ac.uk
    • 7. 7 Your task: Marking a Blackboard or Turnitin assignment: In the „Staff Blackboard Testing Area‟ (or in one of your own Blackboard modules) add feedback and a grade to a Turnitin or Blackboard assignment. You have 5 minutes to complete this task.
    • 8. 8 Video on GradeMark
    • 9. 9 Conclusion Quiz – „Staff Blackboard Testing Area‟ – Session 2 - QUIZ
    • 10. 10 Drop-in Sessions Fridays 1 to 2 pm from 13th Sept.
    • 11. 11 Further support: For support with using Blackboard contact: • Bryony Bramer, Virtual Learning Environment Manager. bramerb@regents.ac.uk Office: TB005, Phone: x6220. • Chris Rowell, Technology Enhanced Learning Advisor. rowellc@regents.ac.uk Office: TB001, Phone: x7519. • James Leahy, VLE Content Developer. Leahyj@regents.ac.uk Office: TB001, Phone: x6104. • Alana Kane, VLE Content Developer. kanea@regents.ac.uk Office: TB001, Phone: x7530 • Anna Williams, IT Trainer. williamsa@regents.ac.uk Office: TB001, Phone: x6104.

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