Are you new to teaching? Do you need fresh ideas for grading? Would a sample rubric or grading technique be of help?
Grading can be a tedious and daunting task, and one of the goals of the Center for Teaching and Learning is to provide faculty with practical ways to approach grading that measure course objectives, contribute to student learning, and make efficient use of faculty time.
Grading for the virtual classroom can be daunting. Best practices suggest that grading virtually and grading hard-copy assignments will contain the same important qualities. What are those qualities, and how do you use technology in ways that produce those qualities?
Online Grading Tools:
- Honorlock: Proctoring on Demand
- Honorlock Walkthrough: Video for Instructors
- Turnitin.com – The tutorials on this link are hosted on the Office of Instructional Technology’s website.
- Article: “Fourteen Simple Strategies to Reduce Cheating on Online Examinations,” Faculty Focus, May 2020.
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