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    on CamelCase words If this is so check this box to disable CamelCase linking WARNING CamelCase is a standard wiki feature and disabling it may cause other imported wikis to work incorrectly Use this feature only if you are absolutely

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    Groups There is only one wiki The teacher and all students can view and edit this wiki There is one wiki per group Students can view and edit the wiki of their own group only There is one wiki per group Students can change the wiki of their own group only They can view the wikis for all groups Student Every student has their own wiki which only they and

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    be linked automatically if not it will be displayed with a question mark Clicking on this question mark will start a new blank page with that name ready to edit Wiki formatting rules Paragraphs separate paragraphs inside the text with empty lines use three percent signs to enforce a line break if you prepend text with spaces or tabs it will get indented Headlines use an exclamation mark at the beginning of a line to create a small headline for medium for large headlines Text style if you want to emphasize text enclose it in two single quotes usually looks italic text gets bold with two underscores or if enclosed with two asterisks to make text big enclose it in hash characters you can get smaller text using µµ likewise a typewrite like font will be used if you enclose text in two equal signs Lists start a line with an asterisk to begin a list use instead for numerated lists you can create sublists subsequent list points should start with the same mix of and HyperLinks just enter a WikiWord inside your text to create a new hyper link enclose some words in square brackets to create a HyperLink inside the WikiWikiWeb which is not made up of a valid WikiWord any valid internet address starting with http like http www example com inside the text will be made clickable automatically enclose a www address or a WikiLink inside square brackets and assign it a neat title using quotation marks or the character title http example com WikiWord title or title for WikiLink if you don t want a WikiWord or a http www address or anything inside square brackets to become a HyperLink then just prepend it with a exclamation mark or a tilde NoHyperLink NoHyperLink no hyperlink

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    to the Feedback box The steps to add a comment to the Assessment form are Type the comment in the Feedback Comment Box Click on the Add Comment to Bank button The Assessment form is redisplayed The new comment is left in the Feedback Comment box and it also appears as a link below the Feedback Comment box In future assessments the comment can be added by simply clicking on

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    then the assessment stands and is used in the final calculations when determining the peer grade given to the particular piece of work If however they do not agree with an assessment the student who made the assessment is given an opportunity to revise it The revise disagree loop can continue until either agreement is reached or the deadline is reached An assessment which is still in dispute when the

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    and may well query a grade if there is no explanation In other type of assessments you are asked to determine if various items are present or absent in others you are asked to choose which statement best fits the piece of work In both of these assignments you can adjust the grade somewhat as you see fit The last box on this form allows you to make a general

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    of work Query the statements made in the assessment by the student whose piece of work is being assessed Try to resolve difficulties which may have arisen during the discussion on the assessment by the teacher The aim of the comments is to try either reach agreement on the current assessment or persuade the assessor to revise their assessment This discussion should be undertaken in a reasonable way If the

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    students who grade like the teacher are also listed in the top part of the Error Table The students listed at the bottom part of the table are grading in ways which not match the teacher assessments nor those of the students in the top of the table The more assessments that are available from the teacher the more likely that this option will not have to be used to force the teacher to the top of the table Note that this option does not apply a weighting factor the teacher s assessments when they used in the calculation of final grades In that calculation the teacher assessments have the same weight as the student assessments So for example if a student s submission is graded at 41 by the teacher and 45 and 55 by their peers the final grade given to the submission is 41 45 55 3 that is 47 The Weight for Grading of Assessments is used in the calculation of the Final Grade A simple formula is used to calculate a student s Grading Performance It is the proportion of good assessments that student have done compared to the maximum number of assessments open to them So if for example the assignment asks the students to do 3 assessments of the example submission and 5 peer assessments and the student does 7 assessments and 1 of those is dropped from the analysis see below then their grading performance is 7 1 8 that is 75 The final grade for the assignment a weighted combination of this grading performance and the grade given to their submission or best grade if they made more than one submission The grade for the submission is always given a weight of 1 So setting this option to say 0 5 means that the two grades are added together in the proportion 0 5 1 or 33 of the grading performance and 66 of the grade of the submission The Percentage of Assessments to drop determines the number of the assessments which are to be excluded when calculating the final grades This number can be set in one of two ways Given the way the Grading Performance is calculated each student could if they assessed all the work allocated to them achieve full marks for this element if no assessments are dropped If the teacher wishes to have a more reason average grade then setting this option to 30 would result in the average Grading Performance of about 70 again if all students graded all the assessments open to them Alternatively the number of assessments to drop might be set such that the remaining good assessments result in the Average Errors being constrained to some reasonable value These are the percentages given in the fourth column of the Error Table For example it may be thought that all the student assessments should on average lie within the 20 range Then the analysis is repeated a number of times adjusting the number

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