Demonstration videos

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The following videos show different aspects of eMarking Assistant and eRubric Assistant. Some videos may show an earlier versions, but the functionality is always present.
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inserting reusable comments into a paper or assignment (3:30)
(showing the toolbar, inserting a comment, creating a new comment and saving the new comment for reuse)
recording, inserting and saving a reusable audio comment (3:50)
(highlighting the issue, recording & inserting the audio comment, saving the audio comment for reuse. Audio comments add only about 100 MBytes per minute and are embedded in the Word document)
highlighting a phrase and doing a Google search from Word (2:00)
(highlight a word or phrase, select a menu item to do a Google web search to detect potential plagiarism or find related information, select another menu item to highlight the phrase throughout the assignment)
using an eRubric to record, re-scale & total marks and generate a grade (2:00)
(show the eRubric, clicking a cell and pressing F6 to select it, press F5 to decrease the mark or F7 to increase the mark, pressing F8 to total the eRubric and convert the mark to a grade)
creating an automated analytic eRubric (4:15)
(show a sample analytic rubric with criteria and performance levels, entering you own criteria & max. marks, enter your own grading standards & percentages, pressing F6 to select a cell or F5 or F7 to decrease or increase, pressing F8 to total the eRubric and convert the mark to a grade)
sharing reusable comment banks by importing & exporting (3:15)
(shared comment banks increase inter-marker consistency & saves time, importing a comment bank containing text graphic or audio comments, editing a comment bank as a Word table, exporting a comment bank to send to other markers)
downloading & installing the eMarking Assistant 30 day trial (4:59)
(downloading the 30 day trial and saving the eMarking Assistant document to your computer, opening the eMarking Assistant document, enabling editing,  enabling macros, confirming this using the traffic lights, installing eMarking Assistant, installing sample comments, showing the toolbar)
using eRubric Assistant (free) and returning the eRubric to a student (4:42)
(showing the eRubric with criteria and marking standards, enabling macros,
completing the eRubric, copying and pasting the eRubric into a student assignment, email or Learning Management System – Blackboard, Moodle, Desire2Learn)  Using eMarking Assistant you can edit the eRubric in any document
downloading, purchasing and buying eMarking Assistant (4:38)
(downloading & saving eMarking Assistant, pressing ALT F8 to show the eMarking Assistant toolbar, showing your 10 letter eMarking Assistant license ID, using the online purchase page and inserting your eMarking Assistant license ID and entering a referral,  paying using PayPal or your credit card,  Go to the  online purchase page
eMarking workflow using Moodle (3 videos)