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Introducing Courses

Screenshot of My Courses page The new My Courses page

We’re excited to announce that we have some changes coming to your My Assessments page in Crowdmark. In a couple of weeks you will be able to organize your assessments into courses. This will help to better organize your assessments and group them together in a way that makes sense for you.

These changes will go into effect on May 10, 2016.

Here’s what to expect:

  • Instead of seeing My Assessments, you will see My Courses.

  • All of the assessments in which you have the role of Owner have been moved into a temporary course called’s assessments. If you click into this course, you’ll be able to move your assessments into new courses through the assessments’ dropdown menus.

  • All of the assessments in which you are a Facilitator, Grader or Uploader will be moved into courses. Many course names will be in the format’s assessments. The owners of these courses will likely move their assessments into new courses with more relevant titles, so be aware that you may see courses appear and disappear as the assessments are moved around.

We’ve organized assessments into courses in response to feedback from instructors using Crowdmark. By restructuring the way your assessments are organized, Crowdmark’s development plans include new features and analysis tools that will provide insights into student learning.

If you have any questions about courses or moving your assessments, you can always reach out to us at

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