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Turnitin GradeMark FHSCE experiences over academic year 2011/2012
What is Turnitin GradeMark? Paperless submission Paperless grading 24/7 access from a web browser Text matching Originality Reporting Facilities for general assignment comments feedback Quick Mark comments Grading Rubrics
Project Team & Pre Pilots Feb 2011 Small working group – Alan Turner, Dr Chris Thurston, Dr James Trueman, Sally Goldspink, George Evangelinos, Sue Kersey, Rae Smyth, Liz Dobson-McKittrick (SU), Steve Wilson (ALT). Summer 2011 8 pre-pilots being undertaken, sum 163 students.
FHSCE: FHSCE: The Project – September 2011/2012 all DL and all first year UG/PG In September 2011 all DL and all first year UG/PG 63 modules, across the faculty with 3,441 submissions of work via turnitin GradeMark Rest of university faculty highlighted pathways Rest of university faculty highlighted pathways Presentations, practice documents, portfolios and exams etc are exclude Presentations, practice documents, portfolios and exams etc are exclude
FHSCE: FHSCE: The Project – September 2012/2013 Following continued evaluation and reviews Following continued evaluation and reviews By the end of academic year all text based assignments throughout the faculty. By the end of academic year all text based assignments throughout the faculty.
GradeMark Administration – High Level Module Administrators (MAs) to have access to Module Leader (ML) Turnitin Password Enables creation of the Master Class, marking sections and assignment. ML to MAs specific information to set up the class and assignment form includes: Module Code Module Name Occurrence code (Site) Assignment Title Start Date Submission Date Post Date Marker(s) Marker(s) Extensions & Resubs External Moderators(s)
Types of classes All classes are Master Classes A module 1 marker (ML)/moderator B module X markers (ML)/moderator C module X markers/ moderator (M/L)
GradeMark Administration – High Level Classes are set up to enable anonymous marking and a class end date one year from the creation date. AFTER Additionally submissions will be allowed AFTER the due date. The above will allow for Extensions and Resubmissions to be managed within Tii GradeMark Student information drawn from SITs (Mav) and exported into Excel, information separated by the number of markers.
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GradeMark Administration – High Level Extensions Due date +1 working day MA run report from SAL 2 in SITs identifying those students granted an extension. Minimum extension to be granted by Student Advisor 2-5 days (to be agreed). If extension is within 15 working days of the marking and assessment period – NO action as students can submit after the due date. If extension is over 15 days a new section is added to the original Master class called Extension – appropriate students added to this section and e-mailed. Normal 20 day ruling applies for assessment and feedback availability.
GradeMark - Student Results Collection
GradeMark Administration – High Level Resubmissions DAP + 5 working days the MA runs a report from SSR in SITs to retrieve a list of students with outstanding re- submissions. A new section will be created in the Master class called Re-Submission. Normal 20 day ruling applies for assessment and feedback availability. Students access feedback as previously discussed
GradeMark – External Moderators Part A of Moderation form received by MA, this is prompt to start external moderation process. Moderators would have an @ anglia e-mail account, set up in advance. MAs will amend the master class sections with the appropriate moderator (s). This enables the moderator to access the assignments – the above process will invite them to the class via and e-mail. MAs will e-mail Moderator (s) and attach external examiner comment form, module guide and Moderation form parts A&B.
GradeMark – External Moderators The moderator will apply the Anglia Ruskin University algorithm – essentially then will have a free hand to check what they want – these students will NOT be anonymised. Moderator returns, via e-mail the completed moderator report etc to the MA. MA changes section in Master class to the ML, this restricts the external having further access.
Evaluation Date 6/2/12 Number of student undertaking survey 148 Number of academic staff undertaking survey 36 Number of admin staff undertaking survey 6 Number of FSA undertaking survey 4 83% students felt that Turnitin GradeMark enhance their experience 88% of students were able to up load work before the final submission 72% found the process of submission easy 83% preferred e-submission over paper submission
Present and Future QuickMarks annotation. DSE. Screen size & ergonomics. Home working, internet speed etc. Mark Sheets and Fetch VLE integration. VLE integration. VLE integration. E- portfolios piloted E- portfolios piloted QMP for exams QMP for exams Piloting partners Piloting partners