What to include in your syllabus about Crowdmark
Students should be informed that they will be asked to submit work through Crowdmark in the course Syllabus or elsewhere in the relevant Sakai site.
Instructors should include a statement similar to the following, along with their contact information:
The Personal Information requested through Crowdmark assignments is collected under the authority of The Brock University Act, 1964, Collection of Personal Information Procedure Page 2 of 2 and in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (“FIPPA”). The information will be used as part of the assessment of this course.
Instructors may also choose to include some practical information similar to the following:
You will be asked to submit hand-written work to Crowdmark. Crowdmark allows students to use familiar devices like smartphones to take pictures of written work and submit them digitally. You will receive an E-Mail when the first practice assignment is available with instructions on how to access it. You can also access https://app.crowdmark.com/ at any time and Sigin with your School account.