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MarkUs is a web application for the submission and grading of student programming assignments. The primary purpose of MarkUs is to provide TAs with simple tools that will help them to give high quality feedback to students. MarkUs also provides a straight-forward interface for students to submit their work, form groups, and receive feedback. The administrative interface allows instructors to manage groups, organize the grading, and release grades to students.
Since 2008, more than 140 undergraduate students have participated in the development of MarkUs; some as full-time summer interns, but most working part time on MarkUs as a project course. The fact that we have have uncovered so few major bugs, and that MarkUs has been so well-received by instructors is a testament to the high quality work of these students. MarkUs is used in more than a dozen courses at the University of Toronto, in several courses at the University of Waterloo, and at École Centrale Nantes (in French).
MarkUs is written using Ruby on Rails, and uses Subversion (with a Git back-end in progress) to store the student submissions.
Supports different course models:
Web-based course administration
One MarkUs application per course (independent databases across courses)
Please see the INSTALL file for installation instructions.
Note: As of now, the latest stable version is MarkUs 0.10.0. Here is our current deployment/configuration documentation. Please send us email if you have any trouble installing MarkUs---we'd be happy to help you out.
MarkUs grew out of OLM, which was built using the TurboGears framework. We are grateful to everyone who worked on or funded both projects, and to the creators of Ruby on Rails for building such a great framework.
MarkUs' development has been supported by the University of Toronto, École Centrale de Nantes, et. al. Kudos to everyone who turned that support into working code, which you can see in our Contributors list
Supervisors: Karen Reid, Morgan Magnin, Benjamin Vialle, David Liu