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This entry relates to the Assignment activity.
Blind marking hides the identity of students from markers. When marking, instead of student names, markers will see a randomly generated participant number.
It is important to be aware of the following when using blind marking:
Consult your eLearning support team before using blind marking.
Create an assignment (for file submissions) and make the following adjustments to the settings.
Scroll down to Blind marking and change to Yes
Note: Topic coordinators and teachers in FLO can reveal student identities, but once this is done the assignment cannot be reverted back to blind marking mode
When the teaching team mark the assignment, students' names will be obscured. Each submission will be identified by a unique Participant number, for example:
Once marking is finished, the topic coordinator (or teacher) can release the grades into the gradebook, using the Grading
action menu to Reveal student identities. Note:
This action cannot be undone.
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