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How Will I Assess Students Remotely: Digital Exams and Assignments

Grading is time consuming and manual, and educators generally find that maintaining a consistent and coordinated level of grading is unfeasible without sacrificing their time—especially with paper-based work. For exams and assignments that don't rely completely on drawing or handwriting, can we use the current remote landscape as an opportunity to improve on grading efficiency and feedback consistency?

Jamie and Jason offer practical methods for adjusting traditional norms to enter a more digital future.

Grading is time consuming and manual, and educators generally find that maintaining a consistent and coordinated level of grading is unfeasible without sacrificing their time—especially with paper-based work. For exams and assignments that don't rely completely on drawing or handwriting, can we use the current remote landscape as an opportunity to improve on grading efficiency and feedback consistency?

Jamie and Jason offer practical methods for adjusting traditional norms to enter a more digital future.

  • The advantages of online assessment [3:15]
  • The challenges of online assessment [5:47]
  • How will I regularly assess students? [6:24]
  • How can I offer different question types? [8:01]
  • How can I ensure academic integrity? [10:08]
  • What is Gradescope? [12:39]
  • An introduction to Gradescope [13:32]
  • Q&A [31:50]
  • Summary [38:07]