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When planning a programme it is important to consider how staff and students experience the delivery of that programme and its assessment. Core to this process are the dates when assessments are set and subsequently handed in – students do not want to have a bunching of coursework and staff need to manage their workload! The Programme Mapper does both. It will graphically display all the hand-in dates for each course within a programme and display, in real time, the effect of any changes you make.


Welcome to the 'Map My Programmewebsite - a tool created and supported by the Educational Development Unit at the University of Greenwich, London. This site is designed to help course and programme teams plan and map assessment and feedback elements of their delivery of a course or programme. The website uses a mixture of Google-based tools informed by current educational theory. In order to use all the features of the tool, you will need to have a Google account. Once this is set up, complete the request form so we can send you the information you need to populate a template and map the results. 

Core aspects to this site:
 

1. Assignment hand-in date analysis;

2. Assignment diet analysis.

3. Real-time visualisation of your programme assessment;

4. Estimate of marking loads and effort;

5. Links between formative and summative assignments & feedback.


Recent announcements

  • Changes with Google There have been a few changes with Google and we have adapted the first part of the tool to work with these. The mapping process has been ported over and ...
    Posted Sep 16, 2013, 4:15 AM by Mark Kerrigan
  • More users added I have just finished adding the next set of users to our community. We have had requests from users in the UK, Australia, Brazil, Nigeria  and Taiwan- Very exciting! 
    Posted Jun 4, 2013, 3:02 AM by Mark Kerrigan
  • This is exciting! We won a prize from ALT-C & Google.http://www2.gre.ac.uk/about/news/articles/2012/a2338-map-my-programme
    Posted Oct 7, 2012, 5:35 AM by Mark Kerrigan
  • Conference update On the 3rd of July, this work was presented at the UoG annual conference as part of an interactive workshop. Lots of great feedback and some new users have been ...
    Posted Jul 8, 2012, 6:30 AM by Mark Kerrigan
  • More people are joining us A busy week! I've set up another four accounts as well as answered some support questions. Great to see the use of the tool is still going. I am ...
    Posted May 4, 2012, 2:14 PM by Mark Kerrigan
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