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Discussion in 'Computing and ICT' started by djphillips1408, Mar 18, 2011.

  1. djphillips1408

    djphillips1408 New commenter

    Yes I did have a couple of websites in the apst that were quite heavily used...
    Anyway can I just say thanks for your posting about redpenit, it did seem like a useful tool and I have managed to sort out a trial period with the company to see if it is something we could run with long term. Will give it a whirl and see what staff think and if there is much in the way of cash savings...
     
  2. We use Lightwork on our Moodle - not extensively yet as we are just introducing it - but it seems to have most of RedPens features but built into moodles structure - and importantly - FREE!
     
  3. djphillips1408

    djphillips1408 New commenter

    Thanks for that Ben but had a quick whizz round their site and I think it does not do the key thing that we will want and that is to use a tablet and pen to write directly onto the kids work. Am I wrong or does lightwork do that? I can see the options to thorw in "inline comment boxes" but that seems a big faff and would take ages to do and I just can't see anyone moving to electronic annotatiion of work that way
     
  4. Yep cheers Ben
    Ditto what DJP said. I checked it out as well - the tablet thing is a real drag for me also but thanks for the contribution anyway.
    Paul
     

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