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Presentation
Development of a guided peer-review system that uses an automatically scaffolding and rubric-targeted interface for marking complex assessments
International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies (EDULEARN14) (2014)
  • Alvin Vista, University of Melbourne
  • Esther Care, University of Melbourne
  • Patrick Griffin, University of Melbourne
Abstract
This paper presents the development of a guided peer-review system with the main goal of increasing the reliability and construct validity of the process for marking complex assessment tasks. This is done by adapting a host of technologies to improve peer-review, thereby facilitating an assessment system that emphasise student interaction and engagement in conjunction to the aim of increasing the efficiency of large scale marking of complex tasks. Currently, complex tasks incur significant costs to mark, becoming exorbitant for courses with large number of students (e.g., in massive open online courses or MOOCs).
Keywords
  • Assessment,
  • Peer review,
  • Learning technologies,
  • MOOCs,
  • Students,
  • Engagement
Publication Date
July, 2014
Location
Barcelona, Spain
Citation Information
Alvin Vista, Esther Care and Patrick Griffin. "Development of a guided peer-review system that uses an automatically scaffolding and rubric-targeted interface for marking complex assessments" International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies (EDULEARN14) (2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/alvin-vista/12/