Sunday, 19 May 2013

Electronic Online Marking Of Software Assignments (EOMOSA)

Recently presented paper in Milan at 9th China-Europe International Symposium on Software Engineering Education.

 Electronic Online Marking Of Software Assignments (EOMOSA) 
Gary Hill and Scott Turner


With the advent of Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) and online electronic submission of assignments, computing lecturers are increasingly assessing code online. There are various tools for aiding electronic marking, grading and plagiarism detection. However, there appears to be limited shared advice to computer science tutors (and students) on the effective use of these tools.

This paper aims to stimulate peer-discussion amongst tutors involved in the assessing (marking and grading) of software code. Many United Kingdom (UK) Higher Education Institutions (HEI) are using electronic marking. This paper discusses the authors’ experience and proposes suggestions for appropriate and effective solutions to the electronic assessment of software code. This will be based on the authors’ experience of electronically assessing code over three academic years and the current advice given to their students.

Software engineering, online marking, online grading, online assessment, turnitin, computer code.

Some details on the conference can be found at:

9th China-Europe International Symposium on Software Engineering Education, Milan

Sunday, 5 May 2013

SaGE survey – findings and moving forward

A survey on staff and student’s opinions of Submitting and Grading Electronically (SaGE) was distributed via NILE between 5/2/2013 and 5/3/2013.  This was collated and the results are now available.
As part of responding to the responding to the many items which were raised in the survey, a group with representation from across the University has met and are addressing each of the items which are being raised.

SaGE survey – findings and moving forward:

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