Towards an Enhanced Approach for Peer-Assessment Activities
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In this paper, we will address an enhanced approach for online peer-assessment where new features of candidate answer marking have been used. Students are capable to select specific parts from the candidate answer and mark them as correct, wrong, or irrelevant. Special colors are used to tag the selected part of the candidate answer in order to help students giving a reasonable final score and to provide visual feedback for the answer owner. A web based tool has been developed, an experiment was conducted and valuable results have been found.
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