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Automated free text marking with Paperless School

@inproceedings{Mason2002AutomatedFT,
  title={Automated free text marking with Paperless School},
  author={Oliver Mason and I. Grove-Stephensen},
  year={2002}
}
The Paperless School automarking system utilises a number of novel approaches to address the challenge of providing both summative and formative assessments with little or no human intervention. The Paperless School system is designed primarily for day-to-day, low stakes testing of essay and short-text student inputs. It intentionally sacrifices some degree of accuracy to achieve ease of set up, but nevertheless provides an accurate view of the abilities of each student by averaging marks over… 
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