The University of Toronto currently has an agreement with Crowdmark that makes the tool available via Quercus. Crowdmark is an online collaborative grading and analytics platform that can provide efficiency in exam administration, grading, data recording and analysis, and data visualizations of student performance.
Using Crowdmark in Arts & Science
Crowdmark and Final Exams
The option to use Crowdmark for final exams is available to Course Information System (CIS) participants only. Any request for a Crowdmark final exam should be requested through the Office of the Faculty Registrar’s Exam Office.
In all cases, Crowdmark exams cannot have a non-Crowdmark scantron (or any other non-Crowdmark exam component), must be administered as unrestricted, and must be released to students via a direct url.
All scanning of tests administered through Crowdmark must be conducted in-house in order to comply with security and FIPPA issues. Tests should not be sent to external organizations for processing. If you do not have access to scanning equipment in your unit, you may wish to arrange to use Remark Office, see: http://teaching.utoronto.ca/ed-tech/teaching-technology/remark/
The Faculty of Arts & Science is providing financial support for the use of this tool. Units should direct enquiries to Carmela Mazin in the Finance Office (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Teaching Technology Support team in IIT can assist with the set-up of Crowdmark. Please email: email@example.com
For information on how to use Crowdmark, please visit: https://q.utoronto.ca/courses/46670/pages/integration-crowdmark