Presentation: Using an Automated Marking System to Grade IP Assignments?

Kees Noortwijk, RV (Richard) De Mulder, PH Dongen

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Abstract

IP teaching has become important not only for engineering and science students, but also for business students. The Netherlands Patent Office (NPO) has therefore been developing course material to help non-IP lecturers include IP teaching in their curricula. The assignments that are made based on that course material subsequently have to be graded. In this presentation, an innovative approach to grading these assignments is shown. A pilot project using a software program with statistical techniques to mark and compare student assignments has been implemented in regular MSc courses at four universities in the Netherlands.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 8 Nov 2018
EventYearly Conference of the European Intellectual Property Teaching Network, Poitiers, France - London
Duration: 8 Nov 201810 Nov 2018

Conference

ConferenceYearly Conference of the European Intellectual Property Teaching Network, Poitiers, France
CityLondon
Period8/11/1810/11/18

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