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FAQ’s

FAQ's

What is e-marking?

Electronic marking, also known as e-marking and on-screen marking, is the use of digital educational technology specifically designed for marking.

What is an e-assessment?

Electronic assessment, also known as a digital assessment, e-assessment, online assessment, or computer-based assessment, is the use of information technology in the assessment.

What is Rubric?

A rubric is an explicit set of criteria used for assessing a particular type of work or performance and provides more details than a single grade or mark. Rubrics, therefore, will help you grade more objectively and effectively.

Why rubrics-based marking is done?

It provides more details than a single grade or mark. It will help grade more objectively and lead to unbiased marking.

What is digital education?

Digital education is the use of innovative technology and digital tools during teaching and learning.

What is meant by “EdTech”?

EdTech, short for “Education Technology”, refers to new technological implementations in the educational sector.

What is exam malpractice?

Examination malpractice is defined as deliberate wrongdoing contrary to official examination rules designed to place a candidate at an unfair advantage or disadvantage.

What is online proctoring in exams?

‘Proctoring’ is another word for exam supervision. There will be supervision of your exam in real-time via webcam. I will also monitor what is running on your computer via screen-sharing software.