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1 Pen-based Electronic Feedback at WPI Kate Beverage Jessica Caron

2 What digital pen tools do you use?

3 What adjective/adverbs describe DPT

4 How are faculty at your institutions using digital pen tools?

5 Agenda Demo Overview of electronic pens Pen-based electronic feedback WPI case studies Theory & practice at WPI Electronic pen tools and accessibility

6 Digital pen tools can… Convert handwriting to digital text Make digital content displayed in E-classrooms interactive Be used to mark up documents and share annotations in many programs Adobe Acrobat PowerPoint Word OneNote Etc.

7 Digital pen tools can… Convert handwriting to digital text Make digital content displayed in E-classrooms interactive Be used to mark up documents and share annotations in many programs Adobe Acrobat PowerPoint Word OneNote Etc.

8 Digital pen tools can… Convert handwriting to digital text Make digital content displayed in E-classrooms interactive Be used to mark up documents and share annotations in many programs Adobe Acrobat PowerPoint Word OneNote Etc.

9 Digital pen tools can… Convert handwriting to digital text Make digital content displayed in E-classrooms interactive Be used to mark up documents and share annotations in many programs Adobe Acrobat PowerPoint Word OneNote Etc.

10 Digital pen tools can… Convert handwriting to digital text Make digital content displayed in E-classrooms interactive Be used to mark up documents and share annotations in many programs Adobe Acrobat PowerPoint Word OneNote Etc. Digital Pens convert handwriting to digital for later PC download

11 WPI Case Studies Professor Chick Kasouf (Marketing - Management) I Have been doing this for about 3 or 4 years now. I personally find it much easier to use for feedback on papers and drafts than track changes, I just think it is far more efficient. I feel that it is a much more immediate form of feedback. Professor Mike Elmes (Organizational Behavior – Management) Free hand comments that preserve the paperless electronic form of the submission The students like being able to address the written comments and then deleting them Professor Satya Shivkumar (Statics – Mechanical Engineering) Ease of use for diagramming complex systems

12 Pen-based Electronic Feedback Basic – feedback on essay based assignments Detail at the point Comfort level (mode and familiarity) No odd formatting Advanced Diagramming Non-text based feedback Demonstrative feedback

13 Student submits paper Download from LMS Print Grade by hand Scan Fight with LMS to return Student reviews comments The old way Implications: Paper Time Contact Shared resources Greater risk for FERPA non- compliance

14 Student submits paper Download from LMS Grade Fight with LMS to return Student reviews comments The electronic pen way! Implications: Less paper Time saved Students feel like they are being provided with more attention Lowered frustration levels Easier FERPA compliance

15 Points to Consider Cost-benefit Learning curve vs. Time saved grading Expense of Pen tools vs. Using what you got Paper vs. Saving a tree Physical storage space vs. Electronic storage space Accessibility PowerPoint and screen readers Physical accessibility (literal and figurative)

16 Questions?


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