After successfully launching CodeGrade AutoTest and Continuous Feedback, it’s finally time to reveal our new development plans for the new academic year. Besides improving current features, we have planned some exciting new features.
In the winter we’ll release seamless Github & GitLab integration. This means that students will be able to hand in through Github or GitLab, which in turn will work together with CodeGrade’s AutoTest, Continuous Feedback, rubrics and inline feedback. This makes it possible that your students use the power of git in combination with CodeGrade.
We’ll also release even better Jupyter Notebook support. This means plagiarism checking on Notebooks and a better integration with AutoTest.
In the spring, teachers will get access to a powerful Analytics Dashboard. This dashboard will give information about how students are performing in the course, and will allow you to see statistics about AutoTest, Rubrics, Inline Feedback and more.
Besides the Teacher Analytics Dashboard, we’ll start to support the LTI Advantage standard, next to our current LTI 1.1 integration. This will make the cooperation between the Learning Management System and CodeGrade even more seamless!
In the summer, one of our next most anticipated features will come out: CodeGrade Peer Feedback. Making it possible to allow students to give feedback to other students in a didactically responsible way. It also allows teachers to easily check if the peer feedback is given correctly, of course integrated in the Analytics Dashboard.
Next to CodeGrade Peer Feedback, we’ll release a Tutorial Mode for students and teacher. Making sure handing in and setting up assignments is easier than ever!
We’re very excited to start working on these amazing new features. If you’re a CodeGrade Partner, you always get new features immediately after they leave our extensive testing stage.