University of Western Ontario | Gradescope Workshop - Shared screen with speaker view
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what if it's an essay without separate questions?
I have used Gradescope for quantitative, qualitative, hybrid, short/very short answer questions. All have worked well.
I use both positive and negative scoring depending on the nature of the question.
in an essay you often have things a student did well and errors they have made or things that were done less well. How would you reflect that in the rubric if there are only negative scoring or positive scoring options? Just through comments?
gotcha - thanks
can we sync roster again later after add/drop?
What about an exam where they have a choice to answer 2 out of 4 questions. Can we set it so the total exam grade will not simply be the max total of all the questions?
can you show us how to set up the rubric for bubble?
Does Gradescope run cheating analysis?
What would you recommend if you are looking for 2 answers and the student has 1 correct and 1 wrong?
Does this allow us to treat a question as a bonus question?
Is there work underway to map multiple versions of MC exams?
If we decide a question is too hard/unclear and we want to assign part marks is there a way to do that?
Can statistics highlight questions where a large number of students all chose the same wrong answer
Are the handwritten names/signatures by students saved in Gradescope.ca (in Canada) or Gradescope.com (in US). And what measures are being taken in Canada/U.S. to prevent hackers from obtaining the handwritten signatures? These could be used as digital signatures later?