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E-Submission & E-Marking

Electronic assignment submission, marking and feedback

York St John University has adopted electronic assignment submission, marking and feedback for all appropriate text-based assignments. The following documents provide further information

  1. e-Marking & Feedback Policy, last updated October 2012 [MS WORD, 90KB]
  2. Principles of electronic assignment submission, marking and feedback, January 2012 [MS WORD, January 2012, 1.5MB]

There are two suggested ways of getting started with electronic assignment submission and feedback. Both are managed through our VLE, Moodle


Option 1. Using the 'Advanced upload of assignments' activity in Moodle

moodle logoTHIS IS A GOOD CHOICE IF...

  • you want to download and mark assignments offline (e.g at home or on your laptop computer)
  • you want to return annotated assignments for students to view
  • you want to provide your feedback in an alternative way, such as using an audio or video recording

RESOURCES:

  1. Guide to Managing Assignments in Moodle [DOC]
  2. Submitting an assignment [DOC]


Option 2. Using TurnitinUK and 'Grademark'

THIS IS A GOOD CHOICE IF...

NB: With the last option above, you must have an iPad if you want to download and manage assignments offline.

RESOURCES:

  1. TurnitinUK Tutor Manual - for creating assignments
  2. Grademark Tutor Manual - for grading and marking assignments online
  3. TurnitinUK Student Manual  - for submitting work and receiving feebdack and grades
  4. Further training resources for TurnitinUK are available from their website
  5. Using the iPad app with York St John University's Moodle.