Mining Data from an Automated Grading and Testing System by Adding Rich Reporting Capabilities

@inproceedings{Allevato2008MiningDF,
  title={Mining Data from an Automated Grading and Testing System by Adding Rich Reporting Capabilities},
  author={Anthony Allevato and Matthew Thornton and Stephen H. Edwards and Manuel A. P{\'e}rez-Qui{\~n}ones},
  booktitle={EDM},
  year={2008}
}
Programs that perform automated assignment grading can generate a great deal of meaningful data not only for the student, but for the instructor as well. Such tools are often used in computer science courses to assess student programming work. In the process of grading, a large amount of intermediate information is gathered. However, in most cases this information is not used beyond assigning scores, so the potential of learning more about the course is lost. At the same time, continuous… CONTINUE READING

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