Presentation on theme: "The Quiet Revolution – the experience of introducing electronic marking at the University of Huddersfield H. Spilsbury Senior lecturer S.Batt Senior Lecturer."— Presentation transcript:
The Quiet Revolution – the experience of introducing electronic marking at the University of Huddersfield H. Spilsbury Senior lecturer S.Batt Senior Lecturer
Aims of workshop To share the experience of introducing electronic marking on a nurse education programme. Reflect on the potential impact of these developments in health and social care practice/ service delivery.
People and resource implications Student experienceIT support Academic workload Practice, Knowledge and Skills Turnitin ®
Non benefits Varied experience and ability. Anxiety regarding IT use and plagiarism Availability of academic/IT support Benefits Accessibility to marks and feedback. Reduced travel Environmentally friendly/ cost reduction.
Academic workload Non- benefits Anxiety Time to learn Time to manage IT problems Health and Safety issues Benefits Working flexibility Module administration Team work Quality monitoring Changes to assessment
IT support Institutional purchase of software. Availability of trained IT staff for support and trouble shooting Upgrading and checking of software for home use.
Interactive exercise on originality reports Detecting plagiarism?; –Only matches with what is in its database. Detect paraphrasing?; Lecturer vigilance; Differentiate between poor scholarship and plagiarism?
Transferable Practice, Knowledge and Skills Students have to interface with IT equipment and software. IT skills are transferable to: practice settings (NHS KSF, 2004). RiO, electronic records, System 1, EMIS knowledge attainment such as searching electronic resources for developing evidence based practice.
References www.connectingforhealth.nhs.uk www.emis-online.com (RiO) www.southwestyorkshire.nhs.uk Agenda for Change Project Team(2004)The NHS Knowledge and Skills framework (NHS KSF) and the Development Review Process.. London: Department of Health