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Download the following Criterion® Online Writing Evaluation Service resources:

  • Criterion Service Product Efficacy Argument Paper

    Criterion® Service Product Efficacy Argument Paper

    The Criterion Online Writing Evaluation Service supports classroom instruction and assessment by giving students an overall score, as well as immediate, individualized, constructive and specific diagnostic feedback on their essays. These components improve the writing by providing a mechanism for students to draft essays, receive immediate feedback and offer tools to accompany assessing student progress.

  • Criterion Service Product Efficacy Argument Paper for International K–12 Schools and Higher Education Institutions

    Criterion® Service Product Efficacy Argument Paper for International K–12 Schools and Higher Education Institutions

    A Product Efficacy Argument paper begins with a description of the product's underlying theory of action, which indicates how a product is intended to work when implemented appropriately. The theory of action is illustrated through a diagram that connects the product to both student and instructor outcomes, as appropriate, then followed by summaries of relevant research that support the theory.

  • Criterion Service Product Efficacy Argument Paper for Institutions of Higher Education

    Criterion® Service Product Efficacy Argument Paper for Institutions of Higher Education

    The Criterion service provides individualized feedback to help students reflect on their own writing and gives students the opportunity to revise and resubmit their writing for further evaluation, thus improving their work. The Criterion service is a web-based application helps students to improve their writing skills by providing automated instructional tools towards planning, writing, and revising essays.

  • Automatically Score Essays with ETS's e-rater

    Automatically Score Essays with ETS's e-rater®

    Informed by Evidence-Centered Design philosophy, the e-rater engine estimates the score for an essay based on features related to writing quality, including grammar, usage, mechanics, discourse coherence, sentence variety, vocabulary usage and organization, and development.