Distance learning with Revisely
How does it work?
1. Creating an assignment
The teacher creates an assignment. In addition to the assignment description, she/he may indicate the criteria on which the assignment will be evaluated and their weighting in the final grade. The teacher then sends the assignment to the students via Revisely.
2. Students submit text
The students are notified that they have a new assignment ready. They receive a link via e-mail that leads to their personal Revisely account and submit their text there.
3. Teacher provides extensive feedback easily
The texts then become visible on the teacher dashboard. The teacher provides the text with feedback. While correcting the texts, it is possible to make use of the extensive feedback database within Revisely.
4. Corrected text back to the student
The teacher sends the checked version of the text back to the students, who can view their corrected assignment and the feedback via a link. Revisely also shows the theory behind an error that was made via a pop-up.
Creating digital assignments and correcting texts for each subject at both secondary schools and universities
Our digital correction tool free of charge until and including the summer holidays of 2020.
Sign up for a webinar!
We organise various webinars to guide you through Revisely’s application and to answer all your questions about online text correction and distance learning in Revisely. The next webinar will be given on Friday 27th of March, 14:00 hr.
During the workshop you will get to know a number of features in Revisely including:
Sharing assignments with students
Digital text correction (using the feedback database)
Peer grading and team hand in options
View student progress reports
Collaborating with colleagues
This webinar will be given in English. Sign up using the form below: