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Better Assessment: Empowering Faculty to Strengthen Grading Practices

As you prepare for a return to campus, we invite you to reflect on your assessment practices: what you’ll keep, what you’ll never do again, and what you can refresh.

Through all of the changes over the past year, instructors have adapted their assessment practices in many ways. As you prepare for a return to campus, we invite you to reflect on your assessment practices: what you’ll keep, what you’ll never do again, and what you can refresh.

Answer sheets have long been a staple assessment type for many disciplines in higher education. However, they are often chosen for grading efficiency and consistency—even though they may not be the best way to assess student learning outcomes. They can also be an expensive investment that relies on outdated processing equipment and limited technology.

There is a better solution that allows instructors to maintain their use of auto-graded answer sheets, as well as deliver assessments that seamlessly flow between multiple choice and free response while still providing a manageable grading workload.

Led by Lyn Riverstone and Kate Jager, former instructors and current Gradescope Academic Partnership Managers, this live conversation will explore your common experiences and how Gradescope can help streamline the assessment process for both instructors and students.

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