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  • Practice

  • Institution-wide e-submissionrequirement for plagiarism prevention

  • E-feedback individual-led with some dept/programme-wide use

    • drivers: students/NSS, efficiency, pedagogy (sometimes!)

    • growing: 8% of all e-submissions 12/13

  • Little on-screen marking

  • Turnitin main (supported) system with some use of VLE (Bb)

  • Evaluation

  • Students value flexibility and clarity of feedback

  • Faster turnaround

  • Staff divided on ease of use, effort and quality of feedback; on-screen marking unpopular

Canterbury Christ Church University

  • Staff reluctance to mark on-screen (inc. being tied to PC, physical discomfort)

    • more willing to e-feedback if have paper copy to review

  • Lack University policy and guidance (inc. consistency of use, supported systems, Health & Safety, system down-time/blocked accounts, secure archiving, external examiners access)

  • Limited functionality of Turnitin (file types, group work, second marking, extensions)

    • VLE (Bb) functionality improving all the time but still need a copy to be submitted to Turnitin for originality checking …

  • Pressure for integration with other systems (e.g. automatically share grades with SRS, auto-archiving of work and feedback, enable a single submission if using Turnitin for originality checking and VLE for e-feedback)

  • See hand-out for detailed discussion

Canterbury Christ Church University

  • Recognise need for joined up University strategy

  • Recommendations to Learning, Teaching and Assessment Committee May 2013: policy, printing, systems development

  • EAM working groupinitial thoughts:

  • University definition of EAM

  • Promote aims of group and reassure staff

  • Review business processes and requirements

  • Develop guidance and/or policy

  • Consider printing logisitics

  • Look at systems

  • Likely long timescale but can we develop quick wins

Canterbury Christ Church University

  • We’d like to hear your thoughts on ways forward – so we would like to ask some straw poll questions

Canterbury Christ Church University

Straw poll:

How many here are either requiring or prepared to support widespread use of on-screen marking?

Canterbury Christ Church University

What are your experiences/challenges/solutions of organising hard copy for marking?

Canterbury Christ Church University

What system/s do you envisage supporting in the future?

Canterbury Christ Church University

Any comments/suggestions on our approach to developing strategy?

Canterbury Christ Church University

Canterbury Christ Church University