Anonymous Marking & Continuous Assessment
- The Marks Entry System for Anonymous Marking & Continuous Assessment is only available internally on the DCU staff network or by connecting to the VPN System off campus.
For instructions on how to setup a VPN connection see VPN Setup Instructions.
- Please contact your school secretary if you do not see your correct modules. The school secretary can update the module specifications system to grant you access.
Marks Entry System
Anonymous Marking Procedures
Anonymous Marking Amendments
The following amendments have been made to the Anonymous Marking System
Amend the selection criteria on both the Exam & Continuous assessment web marks entry screen.
Amend the selection criteria so that 'Programme' and 'Year of Study' options are optional fields. This allows an examiner to select a module and all students for that module across multiple programmes and display them on one screen, grouped by programme. This also allows the examiner to select module and programme and/or year of study, and view all the students that match those criteria, giving complete flexibility of choice. The advantage to examiners is that they are allowed to access modules taught over multiple programmes in an easy manner, grouped per programme, while maintaining the granularity of access using all three selection options.
Amend the sort order of the examiner reports displayed on the portal pages
Amend the sort order of the examiner reports displayed on the portal pages to allow examiners to sort by Student exam number (if available), alphabetically by student name and by programme. The advantage to examiners is that they are now able to choose the sort order and change the sort order depending on the nature of the request. This will provide easier access to locate results for individual students.
Amend the examiner report on the portal page to make key information available earlier.
Make continuous assessment and exam marks available on the examiner portal page before the final marks and result is calculated i.e. before the data has been entered into the ITS Study Record by the faculty office. The advantage to examiners is that they can identify how students performed at an earlier stage based upon the exam & continuous assessment marks. Please note the exam number will only be visible when the exam mark has been uploaded.