Cut Your Grading Time In Half

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by Christine Hult IT’S THE END of an arduous semester and your desk is piled high with student papers. You sigh deeply as you contemplate the days of reading and grading that lie ahead of you. Surely there must be a better way? You’ll be happy to learn that recently developed technologies can help you to handle the paper load. Web course-management systems (e.g. Blackboard or WebCT), initially designed for distance-education courses, also provide classroom teachers with excellent tools to help them manage the deluge of papers they face each term. Word-processing features such as “document comments” and “track changes” help to turn responding and grading papers from a chore to […]
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