Staff and students are being asked to fill in the SaGE survey available on NILE now, for the next few weeks (links also below). Please use this as an opportunity to let us know your thoughts on using the tools in the SaGE process based on your own experiences.
SaGE has been rolled out across the institution and we are continuing to review its uptake by staff and students. Marking electronically enables feedback to be legible, accessible by all and will eventually be more efficient. The transition to online marking is highlighting a number of procedural changes which are currently being addressed.
We currently […]
Did you know you can use italics, bold and underlined text in your feedback in GradeMark?
Typing very simple tags (text) either side of the text you would like to format will allow you to change the appearance of the text, e.g:
I know how to <i>put comments in italics</i>
I can […]
The new schedule of Autumn and Winter 2012 SaGE awareness events is now available for staff to sign up.
These sessions will provide staff with an opportunity to ensure they are familiar with the tools within NILE which will allow students to submit electronically and for them to provide feedback.
The first hour will consist […]
Following on from a school session on SaGE and the new NILE site format there were a few items which required more detail / clarification. I thought that a lot of the issues were relevant to all users so have copied the response here. Apologies for the long post, but I hope you read to […]
For your information, this paper was taken to University Executive Team Committee on 14th June:
Moving forward with Submitting and Grading Electronically (SAGE)
Following a trial period in some areas of the University, it has been agreed by UET that all students are required to submit all text based assignments on-line from 1 September […]
With the increase of marking on line don’t forget to follow advice from Occupational Health regarding working with computers.
Have a look through the Good Practice guidance and check list to make sure that you are using equipment in the best way.
Also, attached to this post are documents containing policy, management procedures, and […]
This includes details of how to make Turnitin GradeMarked papers available to students on a specific date and making feedback visible using the Assignment Tool/Grade Centre.
Have a look at this guide to ensure your feedback will not be released until you are ready for it to be!
This text is in the Student Handbook. Feel free to insert it into your module guides and guidance on NILE.
Submitting coursework Partner Colleges
If you attend a partner college, you will be given specific details of how and where to submit your work.
Although how you submit work may be […]
- 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