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Multiple choice questions or MCQs

MCQs, or multiple choice questions, are often called fixed choice, selected response or multiple choice items because they are not always questions, and they require students to select from among various options that are presented to them. The options are fixed, meaning they can be scored rapidly, often using automated online systems, providing quick feedback […]

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Using Turnitin and GradeMark for online submission and marking

Using Turnitin to give feedback on assignments

Turnitin is a web-based plagiarism detection tool available at the University of Westminster through Blackboard. Turnitin also offers online marking through the GradeMark tool. The videos below, created by Martin Doherty and Thomas Moore in the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, explain how to create Turnitin assignments, how to access uploaded assignments, and how […]

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Online marking using GradeMark.

Online marking using GradeMark

Online marking is being used in many areas across the University, and in this presentation from the 2013 Westminster Learning Futures webinar series Martin Doherty of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities talks through how he is using it. The presentation covers: setting up your online submission in Blackboard accessing your students’ work originality reports […]

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Use of GradeMark to Improve Students' Learning Experience - Interacting with Feedback

Interacting with feedback, improving student experience

Interacting with feedback is regarded as an important way for students to improve their performance.  In this presentation from the 2013 Westminster Business School Learning and Teaching Day, Rebecca Wang and Dawn Williams, both Senior Lecturers in Westminster Business School,  talk about interacting with feedback as a way to improve the student learning experience, in […]

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