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Assign Graders View — Prototypes

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I’ll be writing a follow-up post for these wireframes.  But for now, please feel free to take a look and leave some comments/feedback!

Read-Only Mode — which we will most likely no longer have:

Overview: UI that allows user to view existing grader-to-group assignments.

Overview: UI that allows user to view existing grader-to-group assignments.

Edit Mode — will be the new default UI when user opens up the Assign Graders tab:

Assign Groups: UI users will use to create/modify grader-to-group assignments.

Assign Groups: UI users will use to create/modify grader-to-group assignments.

Assign Groups: Example of user interaction in edit mode.

Assign Groups: Example of user interaction in edit mode.

That’s all for now! 😀

Written by Victoria

January 29th, 2010 at 5:51 pm

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  1. This is great! It makes more sense than the current approach.

    Some questions here.

    Why does a same group appears several times in the list? Is that just for the ease of wireframe design?

    Why does every grader has a different number of Rubic Elements? Can they define Rubic criteria themselves?

    Just out of curiosity, which software did you use to make these wireframes? Or did you create some real web pages?

    Thanks,
    Bryan

    bryanshen

    29 Jan 10 at 7:16 pm

  2. Hi Bryan,

    Question: Why does a same group appears several times in the list? Is that just for the ease of wireframe design?

    Answer: Yup, MarkUs Group Names are unique. However, because I was copying and pasting sections of the table for prototyping purposes, they repeat themselves. I’ll keep that in mind for the new prototypes to avoid confusion! 🙂

    Question: Why does every grader has a different number of Rubic Elements? Can they define Rubic criteria themselves?

    Answer: With the current version of MarkUs, graders can only be assigned to groups. However, users have requested for the ability to be able to assign rubric elements (i.e., parts of the rubric) to graders. And instructors can currently define their own rubric criteria by uploading/creating one in the “Marking Scheme” tab for each assignment. The number you see in the prototypes reflects the number of rubric elements that are currently assigned to each grader.

    Question: Just out of curiosity, which software did you use to make these wireframes? Or did you create some real web pages?

    Answer: I used OmniGraffle. I basically recreated the existing MarkUs interface with it.

    Victoria

    30 Jan 10 at 6:01 pm

  3. Hi Victoria,

    Thanks for your reply.

    Bryan

    2 Feb 10 at 2:55 pm

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