Assignment Grader

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Assignment Grader 2.14 app which allows you to mark your submissions using your iPad offline and synchronise your graded assignments when you are online.

Note: This app is free of charge. The Assignment Grader is currently not integrating with TurnItIn. Hence, you will not be able to see the originality report and use GradeMark. The app is also not integrating with Portfolio, thus submissions of artefacts will not be available.

Download and login to Assignment Grader

  1. Download the Assignment Grader app from the App Store.
  2. On the login screen, tap Log into D2L Online Courses.
  3. Enter as the web address.
  4. Tap Connect.
  5. Enter your Deakin username and password. Then, tap Log in.
  6. You will receive confirmation message to access your information, tap Continue.
  7. If you are using this app for the first time, tap Create a new EduDentity account to create EduDentity account.
  8. If you already have an EduDentity account, tap Connect to an existing EduDentity. Enter your Email and Password.
  9. The Assignment Grader will now sync with your assignments.

Mark with Assignment Grader

  1. Under the Course tab, scroll to the unit site that you would like to grade your submissions.
  2. Tap the Download icon next to the assignment title to download all the submissions to work offline. The Downloaded tab at the bottom of the app shows you all the assignment folders you have downloaded.
  3. Tap on the title of the assignment to see a list of submissions.
  4. Tap on the student’s name to grade the submission.
  5. Tap on the > icon on the left hand side to see when the assignment was submitted along with additional files, and messages from the student.
  6. Tap on the < icon on the right hand side to provide feedback and score.
  7. You can annotate the assignment when grading. You can draw, highlight, insert notes, underline and strikethrough.
  8. Enter a score if you have a grade item attach to the assignment.
  9. If you have attached rubric to your assignment, tap on the rubric icon to access using rubric. Tap on the appropriate performance level for each criterion. When done, tap on Save and Record.
  10. You can also record your voice and video to provide feedback to students. Video capability is not available on iPad 1. Tap on either Audio or Video and then tap on Record button to start recording. When done, tap on the Record button to stop recording. Tap on Attach Feedback to attach your recording.
  11. Once you have graded all your submissions, tap on Publish all icon to publish all your feedback and grades.