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UW-Madisons move to online grading goes smoothly

Students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison received their grades online for the first time in December. An electronic grading system was developed and implemented by a team of staff members from the Universitys Division of Information Technology and the Office of the Registrar. <......

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According to the Office of the Registrars e-grading update from November 2004, Electronic grading is in some ways more secure than the paper grade list process accessed only by the instructor and not susceptible to the likelihood of paper lists floating around or getting lost.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Katy Williams 01/03/05


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