Just a reminder to sign up to our workshops!
- Setting up online submission in Blackboard
- Overview of marking technologies – what’s possible?
- Providing marks and feedback in Grade Centre
- Turnitin for automated originality checking
We are now coming into the third and final year of the Assessment Journey Programme!
To keep yourself updated on the progress of the programme so far, please find: Review of the first two phases of the Assessment Journey Programme
The Digital Learning Project supports the objectives of the University’s Learning and Teaching Strategy and Digital Strategy by improving teaching and learning and enhancing the student experience through the use of digital technologies.
We would like to announce the launch of a tool to help staff manage assessment online. The tool enables the bulk download of student work and the upload of feedback file attachments and marks generated electronically outside of Blackboard into Grade Centre for an assignment submitted online.
Four screencasts have been created to help support members of staff within the ACES department. These provide step-by-step instructions on how to use student preview, create RLO’s, mark offline submissions and create feedback rubrics.
This video guide aims to demonstrate how you can set up a submission point in Blackboard:
1) On your Blackboard home page go to the staff tools box located on the left hand side of the screen and click on New Site/Copy Existing Site.