Vocat "is a tool for evaluating videos, images, and audio. Developed at the City University of New York in dialogue with faculty and staff, Vocat extends the boundaries of the classroom by facilitating detailed formative and summative feedback on a variety of media types."
Evaluators can zoom into a moment in a video or audio file, or highlight a pixel in an image file, and discuss it with students. Evaluators can zoom out to the project level for more global feedback, while also tracking activity at the course or program level.
Log In to the evaluator or student role with the following email addresses:
The password for each test account is "vocat123"
Media Planning MKT 4120 This is an example of how evaluating works at Vocat:
- Generate your rubric
- Project overview with scores (instructor, peer average and self-evaluation)
- At-a-glance summary with number of annotations, comments, score, average per score, sel-evaluation along with each student's media submission
EDUCATIONAL USE CASE 2
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How Vocat works Getting started, evaluating and assessing with Vocat
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