Crowdmark is a web application that helps teachers to teach and students to learn. Users of Crowdmark work together to evaluate, discuss, and respond to exams, essays, lab reports, and other student work (we will refer to all these documents as “exams” for simplicity). When using Crowdmark in the context of a given exam, users take on various roles and may take on one or more of these various roles in different exams:
Crowdmark collects “personal information” (such as name, email address) from users and shares that information only as is necessary for assessment evaluation and grading team management. Unless Crowdmark seeks and receives explicit approval, Crowdmark will not share personal information about our users except as is necessary for assessment evaluation and grading team management.
Crowdmark collects “content” generated by our users, such as an assessment question uploaded to Crowdmark by a facilitator, the associated responses to that question by students, the scores, comments, annotations and formative assessment feedback to those student responses generated by graders, and the responses to the grader feedback by students and parents. Crowdmark may share this content with others and may study and share it in any way Crowdmark desires provided that Crowdmark ensures that user personal information is not shared.