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CETL EPSU Seminar - Turnitin GradeMark: Giving feedback by the pool?

CETL EPSU Seminar - Turnitin GradeMark: Giving feedback by the pool?

Research has shown that giving feedback is one of the keys to improving student performance, particularly in relation to formative assessment. While handwritten feedback and face-to-face consultations continue to serve us well in this regard, eLearning tools can also play an important role. One such tool is GradeMark, which enables online grading and a variety of forms of feedback, and now comes together with the familiar anti-plagiarism service Turnitin. GradeMark opens up further rich possibilities and can prove a useful addition to teachers’ feedback repertoire. This seminar will first look at the basics of GradeMark, including hands-on time to explore the tool. Then it will consider examples of how GradeMark can be used for a variety of teaching and learning feedback scenarios: for essays, for presentations, for submissions in non-traditional formats such as images and slides, and finally for marking and giving feedback away from a computer via the Turnitin iPad app. As part of the seminar is hands-on, it would be useful if you could bring along a laptop and/or an iPad.

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 Ctr for Enhance't of Teaching & Learning

 9th October, 2014

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