Sent: 24 April 2014 10:09
To: Exchange Users
Subject: Submitting and Grading Electronically (SaGE)
As you will already be aware, the University determined a position of Submitting and Grading Electronically (SaGE) for the vast majority of assessment items last year, with limited provision for exemptions from this requirement.
On Monday 28th April, 2014 at 8am Turnitin reported that there was a problem with submissions being made to their systems. Initially this just impacted on students based in the U.S. but it soon became clear that the U.K. was also affected. Whilst it was hoped that the process was going to return […]
Please have a look at the full range of SaGE Training sessions between May and August 2014
The LearnTech team have made available a guide which collates the various hints and tips for marking online using the SaGE workflow.
This guide brings together solutions to the most common problems which the team have picked up with staff marking online. If any member of […]
During January and February, 2014 there have been two high level UK discussions with iParadigms (the company behind Turnitin). The service is now routinely used by around 95% of UK HEIs.
The disruption caused during 10/11 December 2013 meant that both the Head of eLearning Forum (HeLF) and the Universities […]
The chapter “Electronic Online Marking Of Software Assignments (EOMOSA)” is to be published in the forthcoming book Progress in IS: Software Engineering Education for a Global E-service Economy, Motta, Gianmario; Bing, Wu (Eds.), Springer, ISBN 978-3-319-04216-9. Due for publication April 2014.
Electronic Online Marking Of Software Assignments (EOMOSA)
Gary Hill and Scott Turner
Please have a look at the full range of SaGE Training sessions between January and April 2014
This session is for both staff who are new to Submission and Grading Electronically (SaGE) and those who need a refresher on the current process. The event will cover the SaGE workflow including marking in Turnitin; passing grades to the NILE gradecentre; downloading grades to send to the SATs; and working with […]
The new Turnitin iPad app has been made available to download from the App store.
The app allows many of the features that are available on larger devices such as originality report, Grademark, rubrics and audio feedback.
Of particular interest to those having to mark ‘on the move’ is the […]
- Requesting exemptions for 2014/2015 academic year
- Turnitin Failure (28th April) – emergency submission procedures implemented
- SaGE Training sessions between May and August 2014
- Hints and tips for marking online using the SaGE workflow
- Turnitin provide feedback on availability problems on 10/11 December 2013