Documentation:Connect/How to use Anonymous and Delegated Grading in Connect

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In Connect, you can easily divide up the grading tasks amongst TA and multiple graders. There are 2 new features in connect which will help you:

  • Delegated Grading allows you to assign grading to TA and graders
  • Anonymous Grading allows you to grade anonymously. This means when you're viewing the submission that you are assigned to grade, name of the students will be hidden.

Delegated grading will help you to share grading tasks amongst TA and multiple graders. Anonymous grading can help you to promote reliability and control bias. Using these two together is a powerful approach.

Video

How to use Delegated Grading

See How to Use Delegated Grading (Note: This resources is developed by Blackboard Inc. There may be minor difference in wording and interface)

How to use Anonymous Grading

See How to Use Anonymous Grading (Note: This resources is developed by Blackboard Inc. There may be minor difference in wording and interface)

Effective Practices

  • Using Delegated and Anonymous grading will remove bias in grading and promotes reliability.
  • You can read effective practices and examples from the resources here
  • You can use Rubrics in Delegated Grading so that it will improve consistency among delagated graders.