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A Conversation: Independent Institutions Weigh in on Course Marking

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Our session is intended to help spread awareness of the actual processes of course marking, particularly for independent institutions which are sometimes left on the periphery of Open Education. Through the voices of four independent institution representatives, participants will get to hear an overview of the experiences of why and how course marking was implemented and what it means for their students. Each panelist will touch on successes and challenges and their unique workflows developed over the last year of this initiative as well as technology, staffing, and marketing considerations. The session is open to all levels of attendees. Lindsey will start the session off with a brief definition of course marking to ensure that everyone can participate even if they’re not as informed on the topic. We will utilize real-time polling and a shared Google Doc for participants to help us compile a larger and more thorough resource list that we will share back into the community.
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2024-04-04
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