Project Type

Technologies for Online Marking Pilot

A short study is being conducted to discover what methods of online marking offer the best benefits for staff and students. A varying range of technology will be used: Microsoft Surfaces with stylus, iPad Pros with stylus, USB mics andĀ  two-screens. This study will involve academics who will mark papers using a variety of different tools to identify the benefits and drawbacks of each method. This will then be reviewed and the findings will be used to inform the next steps in institutional e-marking guidance and provisions of software and hardware.

Project Questions & Answers

Project Status Completed

Start Date.

October 2017

End Date.

September 2018

Project Lead (Digital Education Developer)

Chavan Kissoon

Pilot Team

ICT Services, School of Fine and Performing Arts, School of English and Journalism, School of History & Heritage, School of Architecture and Built Environment, the Department of Strategy and Enterprise, the Department of People and Organisation, School of Pharmacy, School of Life Sciences, School of Social & Political Sciences, and School of Sports and Exercise Science.

Project Tags
Digital Education Transformation Programme
Digital T&L and Assessment