V6 N2 Paper 5
Annals of the MS in Computer Science and Information Systems at UNC Wilmington
Fall 2012

Re-Visioning of the Automatic Grading/Learning System  

Jason Felds

Committee

Tom Janicki (chair)
Laurie Patterson
Kevin Matthews
Bryan Reinicke

Abstract

In 2008, the ISOM department at UNCW implemented a system that would allow students in certain classes to be able to submit electronic files to be automatically graded as part of the existing grade book system. While that system has been successful, enhancements are desired to make the system more user-friendly and to grade additional features. A number of flaws have been uncovered with the Automatic Grading/Learning System (AGLS) that should be corrected. The goal of this project is to make it easier for the professor to create and grade assignments, but also to make the AGLS more generic so it may be used by other grade book systems.

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Recommended Citation: Felds, J., Janicki, T, Patterson, L., Matthews, K., Reinicke, B. (2012) Re-Visioning of the Automatic Grading/Learning System. Annals of the Master of Science in Computer Science and Information Systems at UNC Wilmington, 6(2) paper 5. http://csbapp.uncw.edu/data/mscsis/current.aspx.

V6 N2 Paper 5
Annals of the MS in Computer Science and Information Systems at UNC Wilmington
Fall 2012

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