On the mark

18th September 2009 at 01:00
  • Assessing students' essays on-screen has been proven to be just as accurate as paper-based marking.
  • However, more mental effort is required from examiners and the process is initially more frustrating.
  • Further research is needed to check whether there is a point at which the extra effort needed leads to inconsistency.

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