What is Crowdmark?
Crowdmark is an online, collaborative marking system designed for page-at-a-time grading. Pages in an assignment or test can be graded by markers and reviewed by instructors concurrently.
For paper-based tests and exams
Crowdmark offers online, manual grading to instructors and their teaching assistants.
For term assignments
In addition to manual online grading, Crowdmark offers a paperless way to distribute, collect, grade, and return feedback, all online.
Getting started with Crowdmark
Before you begin, you need to first create your course in Crowdmark.
1. Setup assessment
Generate and print exam booklets with features like multiple choice, or create assignment questions and distribute them to students.
2. Upload completed work
Scan and upload student work or students can upload assignments using mobile phones.
- Make an appointment for Scanning with W Print
3. Grade and return
Leave rich feedback with flexible grading tools and share frequently-used comments with your team.
Grades can be returned to students online, instantly.
Learn how Crowdmark can be used for creating and grading assignments for remote or administered exams.
Interested in learning more about Crowdmark? Schedule a 30 minute information session via phone call with Crowdmark staff
Contact Crowdmark to book a 30 minute or 60 minute 1:1
or group training session
View recorded training sessions hosted by
Centre for Teaching Excellence
Webinars and training sessions offered
One-hour training sessions for new (or experienced) users to get a full introduction to the Crowdmark platform.
Information on new sessions will be added here when available
Additional training sessions will be listed here when available.
Odyssey is used for scheduling exam rooms and has an option to use Crowdmark for grading.
If you wish to use Odyssey and Crowdmark together, then you will need to set up a Crowdmark account (using your UW Quest/LEARN email address) before the final stage of submitting your exam to Odyssey.
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