Review in computerized peer-assessment. Will it have an effect on student marking consistency?
conference contributionposted on 15.04.2009 by Phil Davies
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This short paper details work in progress that identifies an extension to the CAP Peer Assessment System that permits students to review the marks and comments of essays they’ve marked, having been allowed to view the comments of others who have also marked these particular essays. The development of a compensation process that takes into account high and low markers is also discussed and whether the introduction of this review stage negates the necessity for this compensation process in the overall peerassessment process. Also presented is a review of the system in automatically allocating a ‘mark for marking’ that relates directly to the quality of the marker’s work in both supplying marks and comments that match the quality of the marked essay.
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