Scheduled Maintenance Sunday February 4, 2024 

Please be advised that the Crowdmark grading and assessment system will be unavailable on Sunday February 4, 2024 from 8:00am to 9:00am EDT for scheduled maintenance.


Using Crowdmark

Crowdmark is an online tool that allows students to submit pictures of handwritten/hand-drawn work. Below are links that contain articles and videos that can help you understand the process of setting up a Crowdmark Assessment. 

This tutorial will walk you through the steps you need to take to sync the Crowdmark and Moodle Rosters.

 There are two types of assessments available in Crowdmark. Administered and Assigned. You will want to choose an Assigned assessment.

NOTE: Administered assignments are a bit more complex to use. Be prepared when attempting to use administered assignments. Do not use automated matching with administered assessments to avoid things not functioning.

How does Crowdmark work with Moodle to sync grade, roster etc.

Learn more about creating assessements in Crowdmark at the link below.


To assist with remote assessment for Fall 2020, the University of Lethbridge acquired a license for the Crowdmark online grading platform. If you're in a course that requires handwritten work (e.g. math or chemistry) your instructor may have chosen to have you use Crowdmark for assignments and tests.

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Your course may have TA's or markers that help facilitate your assessments. Crowdmark allows you to add a team of members into Crowdmark to help you with marking. The following instructions will provide you with the best ways of adding team members such as TA's to your Crowdmark assessments.