Use ANS for digital grading

The grading tool ANS helps teachers with their time-consuming, administrative tasks. By digitalising their exams, teacher will be able to effectively evaluate the students’ work. More and more teachers are using this tool and Kevin Dalmeijer of ESE was one of the first teacher who tested ANS.

Last year, Kevin Dalmeijer started experimenting with the digital grading tool ANS. This grading tool enables digital marking and reflection of hand written exams. No more physical piles of paper, but an automatically organized way of looking into students’ exams and grade them more efficiently. Because of the use of a cloud, ANS can be used on any location and timeslot the teacher prefers.

This academic year, the grading tool will be used in several more courses. For instance, by Sander Renes (Accounting), Albert Wagelmans (Mathematics) and Rolph van Ovost (Fiscale Economics).

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