Developing a moderation community of practice
Von Konsky, Brian R., Watkins, Annette, & Broadley, Tania (2012) Developing a moderation community of practice. In Brown, M., Hartnett, M., Stewart, T. M., Massey, University, & Net, Spot (Eds.) ASCILITE - Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education Annual Conference 2012, ASCILITE.
This paper reports on a study to evaluate technology-based processes for assessment moderation. The aim was to evaluate standard features found in an institutional Learning Management System, and their compatibility with the values and practices of a large teaching team. The process used an online discussion board forum for tutors, the paring of more experienced tutors with those new to the process, and further meetings conducted in both face-to-face and web conferencing environments. Online rubrics were used for assessing student work and the provision of feedback. A focus group conducted after marking was concluded and the analysis of the discussion board forum demonstrated a strong community of practice with a shared understanding of assessment requirements.
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|Item Type:||Conference Paper|
|Keywords:||Assessment, Discussion board, Moderation, Online community of practice, Rubric, Human resource management, Online conferencing, Teaching, Discussion boards, On-line communities, Social networking (online), HERN|
|Deposited On:||06 Mar 2016 23:36|
|Last Modified:||11 Mar 2016 01:54|
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