GradeAssist: MLA Style
GradeAssist: MLA Style
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Created for professors whose students use the Modern Language Association's Style Manual for their academic writing. GradeAssist for MLA increases the consistency and accuracy of educators' comments, often decreases the time required to provide thorough feedback, and measurably improves student satisfaction and academic performance.
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Grading as Easy as 1-2-3
When a problem is discovered in a student's paper, it doesn't matter whether it's a word, a phrase, a paragraph, or even an individual letter or punctuation mark. Simply highlight it, click a comment in the GradeAssist menu, and the appropriate feedback will be added to the right margin of the student's paper.
Works with Microsoft Word
GradeAssist for College Writing works with Microsoft Word to enable a wholly new and exciting experience in formative writing instruction. Once the software has been installed, simply start Microsoft Word and discover the new GradeAssist tab at the top of the Word window. A single mouse-click will activate the GradeAssist tab and you'll be on your way.
The GradeAssist Ribbon
The GradeAssist Ribbon provides simple, point-and-click access to more than 400 unique, standardized, and effective comments. (Click the image to see a larger version.)
The GradeAssist Ribbon is divided into seven comment groups, each designed to work in support of your grading practices.
Paper Sections deals with much of the front matter in academic papers, from cover page content and design to the strength and quality of introductions, organization of arguments, and more.
Editing provides a wide array of comments and feedback dealing with copy editing, fonts and capitalization, spacing, and positive feedback.
Wording, Writing, & Grammar
Wording, Writing, & Grammar features dozens of comments focused on commonly misspelled or misused words, problems with sentences and paragraphs, and other to-be-avoided issues that frequently appear in student writing.
The Style section includes specially-designed comments to help students develop greater expertise in the use of citations and quotations, how to best present data (e.g., graphs, charts, tables), as well as the optimal use of headings, numbers, page numbers, and abbreviations.
The References comment group is singularly focused on the references/bibliography portion of student papers, with detailed feedback on page formatting, rules for appropriately listing authors and dates, as well as the current rules for referencing electronic and Internet-based documents (e.g., DOI & URL).
Finally, Endnotes offers educators the opportunity to insert at the end of a paper a number of general, all-encompassing comments that will further instruct the student author.
Reveal Comments by Mousing Over Buttons
Moving your mouse ("mousing") over a button or comment option in a dropdown menu will display the full text of the comment that will be inserted by that button.