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Bachelor Thesis Practical Peer Assessment

Bachelor Thesis Practical Peer Assessment

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Implementing a Flexible Peer Assessment System with Microsoft .NET: Software Documentation and Manual

Practical Part of Bachelor’s Thesis at Graz University of Technology submitted by Dominik Kowald and Joachim Maderer

Supervisor: Dipl.-Ing. Dr. techn. Christian Gütl

Institute for Information Systems and Computer Media (IICM) Graz University of Technology A-8010 Graz, Austria

© 2009, Dominik Kowald and Joachim Maderer 02.10.2009

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Abstract
Actual E-Learning Systems usually only provide as
Implementing a Flexible Peer Assessment System with Microsoft .NET: Software Documentation and Manual

Practical Part of Bachelor’s Thesis at Graz University of Technology submitted by Dominik Kowald and Joachim Maderer

Supervisor: Dipl.-Ing. Dr. techn. Christian Gütl

Institute for Information Systems and Computer Media (IICM) Graz University of Technology A-8010 Graz, Austria

© 2009, Dominik Kowald and Joachim Maderer 02.10.2009

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Abstract
Actual E-Learning Systems usually only provide as

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Figure 30: Test screen

This first exam item is the test in figure 30. The student can navigate through the questions on the
left side and can finish his test with the finish button. The self confidence is for calculating the self
assessment.

Figure 31: Research screen

The research item in figure 31is very similar to the test item but without the entering of the self
confidence.

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Figure 32: Peer assessment screen

The peer assessment seen in figure 32 is a bit more complicated. The student navigates through the
evaluations per question with the “< / >” buttons and uses the save button to persist his given
evaluation. To use the implemented evaluation tool the assessor has first to click on the right, wrong
of irrelevant button and then mark the relevant answer sections.

Figure 33: Manage exams screen

This error message is an example of the error page seen in figure 33 that appears when the student
doesn’t use the system in the correct order or if he wants to enter an exam item a second time.

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Figure 34: Feedback screen

The feedback screen in figure 34 shows the points for self assessment, the online test performance
and the peer assessment performance per question. If the user clicks the details button he will see all
evaluations for the given answer for the selected question.

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