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MarkUs has a new elegant dashboard. The dash board displays

–       A description of the assignment.

–       Average and median (both in percentage and out of the total mark)

–       Number of groupings that submitted the assignment and how many had been marked.

There are three graphs:

1.      TA progress: each TA which is assigned to work in this assignment has stacked bars to show how many groupings have he/she completely marked and how many left.

2.      Assignment marks:  there are ten bars. The bars are labeled form 0-10% … 90-10% and each bar presents the number of groupings that have marks fall in that category.

3.      Number of submission: each bar presents number of submissions done by each groupings.

If a graph does not have any data to display (for example if no marking has been done or no submission done by any grouping) then the relative graph is not going to appear.

The assignments are ordered by the last time they were updated.

Written by g9sabied

August 22nd, 2010 at 10:56 am

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Dashboard Design Prototype

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As many of you may know, we’ve had an empty Dashboard view for quite a while now.  So as part of my UI/UX role this term, I’ve came up with a new design for it!  Here it is:

MarkUs Dashboard Prototype


  • Karen: Instructors often like to know the assignment average as a fraction in addition to the percentage.
    New Format: “Assignment Average: 70/100 (70%)” — for example

Please leave questions/comments/concerns if you have any! 🙂  We love feedback!

Written by Victoria

March 24th, 2010 at 9:38 pm

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