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Live From NECC: Instant Grading

GradeCam Corporation introduces GradeCam, software which, when paired with an affordable web or document camera, allows classroom teachers to assess student learning instantly by scanning and grading multiple choice tests
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GradeCam Corporation introduces GradeCam, software which, when paired with an affordable web or document camera, allows classroom teachers to assess student learning instantly by scanning and grading multiple-choice tests and other assignments. Not only does GradeCam help ease an administrative burden for teachers, it provides immediate assessment data so they can tailor their instruction to meet the learning needs of their students. For more information, visit http://gradecam.com

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