Supporting workflow in a course management system

@inproceedings{Botev2005SupportingWI,
  title={Supporting workflow in a course management system},
  author={Chavdar Botev and Hubert Chao and Theodore Chao and Yim Cheng and Raymond Doyle and Sergey Grankin and Jon Guarino and Saikat Guha and Pei-Chen Lee and Dan Perry and Christopher R{\'e} and Ilya Rifkin and Tingyan Yuan and Dora Abdullah and Kathy Carpenter and David Gries and Dexter Kozen and Andrew C. Myers and David I. Schwartz and Jayavel Shanmugasundaram},
  booktitle={SIGCSE},
  year={2005}
}
CMS is a secure and scalable web-based course management system developed by the Cornell University Computer Science Department. The system was designed to simplify, streamline, and automate many aspects of the workflow associated with running a large course, such as course creation, importing students, management of student workgroups, online submission of assignments, assignment of graders, grading, handling regrade requests, and preparation of final grades. In contrast, other course… CONTINUE READING
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