From the 20th October, some first year essay based assessments will be submitted electronically.
This marks a key milestone in the e-submissions and e-feedback project.
The intention is to expand the project to include all year groups and to include non-essay based assessments, but for the moment the teaching enhanced learning team want to ensure that the process runs smoothly before including contributory assessments.
Education Officer, Bethan Hunt said:
I'm really keen to expand this project so lots of students can benefit from the advantages of e-submissions, which include removing unnecessary travel costs, removing printing costs, reducing environmental impact and allowing quicker access to feedback.
On assessments selected for e-submission, students will no longer be required to take printed copies of assessments to the School office.
Instead, they will upload their work using a new facility in Study Direct.
More information on how the process will work is available at www.sussex.ac.uk/tel/submission/students.
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