Grading Dropbox Submissions Using Rubrics

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Navigate to your course grade-​book. Select the Enter Grades tab. Select the downward facing triangle for the appropriate Dropbox folder assignment. Select Enter Grades from the drop-​​down menu. Click the Submission icon to begin grading. Open the attached document(s) by selecting the link. Open the associated rubric by selecting the rubric title located in the right-​​hand column, under the Evaluation […]

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Defining Rubric Criteria

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Rubric Criteria and Criteria Descriptions: Rubric Criteria should include the specific assignment components or characteristics that student work should exhibit. While, criteria descriptions should describe specific quality levels for the criteria. For example, if a rubric included a criteria for ​“research paper citations”- thecriteria descriptions should include specific quality requirements for the research paper citations […]

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Creating Rubrics

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From the Assessments drop-​​down menu on the Navigation Bar, select Rubrics. Select New Rubric. Enter a Rubric Name. Select the Rubric Status. NOTE: While Instructors can set the status of a rubric during creation, it is recommended that the status of a rubric be set to draft until it is ready for use. From the Type […]

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Manually Grading Quizzes

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From the Assessments drop-​​down menu on the Navigation Bar, select Quizzes. Select the Downward Facing Triangle next to the quiz you would like to grade. Select Grade. Select the Attempt you would like to grade. Enter the Score for each question attempt you are grading. If necessary, use the Question Feedback text box to add written feedback. NOTE: You […]

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Rubrics

Rubrics are used to evaluate an activity or item based on a predefined set of criteria. They help ensure that activities and items are evaluated fairly and consistently. There are two types of rubrics: Holistic Rubrics: Single criteria rubrics (one-​​dimensional) used to assess participants’ overall achievement on an activity or item based on predefined achievement levels. […]

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April 19th, 2016

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Grades

The gradebook tool allows an instructor to determine how to set up their gradebook to best reflect their approach to evaluation, including the grading system and grade scheme that is most appropriate for their course. Instructors can select how grades display to students, how they update in the gradebook, and how to deal with ungraded […]

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Dropboxes — Bulk Uploading Dropbox Feedback

To learn more about bulk uploading feedback to dropbox folders in D2L, view the following instructional video: Dropbox Instructional Videos From the Assessments drop-​​down menu on the Navigation Bar, select Dropbox. Download the user submissions you wish to provide feedback for.NOTE: For instructions on downloading files, please visit: http://​elearning​.openlcc​.net/​d​r​o​p​b​o​x​e​s​ — ​d​o​w​n​l​o​a​d​i​n​g​ — ​s​u​b​m​i​s​s​ions/​ Unzip the .zip file containing the downloaded dropbox […]

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Grading Dropbox Submissions

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To learn more about grading dropbox submissions in D2L, view the following instructional video: Dropbox Instructional Videos From the Assessments drop-​​down menu on the Navigation Bar, select Dropbox. Select the Dropbox Folder that you wish to view and grade submissions. From the Submissions drop-​​down menu, select Users with Submissions. To begin grading, select Evaluate for the submission. […]

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Grading Discussions

To learn more about assessing discussions in D2L, view the following instructional video: Discussions (Instructional Videos) Select Discussions from the Assessments or Communication drop-​​down menu on the Navigation Bar. Select the Downward-​​Facing Triangle next to the topic name. Select Assess Topic. Select Topic Score under each user’s name. Enter the Topic Score. To send the grade to the gradebook, […]

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