Automated Feedback and Feedback Fruits

Introduction

Erasmus University has approached FeedbackFruits with the ambition to use Artificial Intelligence to increase the quality of student products, stimulate deeper learning and at the same time reducing teachers review time. For both parties involved (Erasmus University and FeedbackFruits) this project is intended to be a stepping stone for a much bigger ambition to scale human assessment in a trustworthy way.

Projectgoal

Automated submission checks support a number of different scenarios:

  1. by automatically attributing student products in different categories (e.g. poor, intermediate and good) teachers can specifically direct attention to student products that are of intermediate quality. The remaining time can be used to take in extra student products (intensifying education) or lower teacher workload.
  2. Students can gain insight into the quality of their work during writing or immediately after submission, and thus are able to increase the quality of their work without intervention of the teacher. This increased quality, combined with teacher insight into the results of the checks, leads to a lower teacher workload when grading submissions, and increases the number of submissions they can grade.

Erasmus University will be responsible for and carry out the following tasks:

  1. (Didactic) input on user-cases
  2. Providing feedback in intermediate versions
  3. Organise a pilot possibility

FeedbackFruits will be responsible for and carry out the following project tasks:

  • Project management
  • Design
  • Product development
  • Testing
  • Hosting
  • Maintenance
  • Quality assurance
  • Security assurance
  • Legal compliance

Automated Feedback is a product of FeedbackFruits, a software development company, with which Erasmus University has an agreement for the further development of their products.

  • Contact details: Wilco te Winkel wilco.tewinkel@eur.nl

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