Pilot the use of an electronic system to record and monitor the physical submission of student work

Andrew Ramsden

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Abstract

This pilot project was introduced as an outcome of a Faculty Executive Assistants meeting chaired by Alison Price (Academic Registrar).

The project aimed to provide a simple mechanism whereby students could access SAMIS on the Web to print off a cover sheet for an identified piece of coursework to be submitted. The cover sheet was then stapled to the actual assignment and submitted either via a drop box at the Department Office or handed over in person. Administrative Staff would collect and scan the QR Code displayed on the printed coversheet. After scanning, an email confirmation is sent to the student and the appropriate table in SAMIS updated with a time/date stamp. A business object report could be run against the assignment to identify who has submitted, who hasn’t and those for with extensions have been granted.

LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationBat, U. K.
PublisherUniversity of Bath
StatusUnpublished - 10 Mar 2010

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Pilot the use of an electronic system to record and monitor the physical submission of student work. / Ramsden, Andrew.

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