Beyond LMS: Expanding Course Experience with Content Collaboration and Smart Assignment Feedback

Ivana Bosni?, Marin Orli?, Mario Žagar

Abstract


Tools for content collaboration among students and teachers and automated assignment verification have been introduced to students of a third-year computing course. Collaborative work on lecture slides promotes content openness to students via a new open perspective and improves the quality of lectures among other benefits. Assignment verification helps students resolve most common problems giving immediate feedback on their submissions. WikiPres and ORVViS applications developed to assist in these tasks are introduced and presented.

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e-learning; content collaboration; assignment verification

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning. ISSN: 1863-0383
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