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Overview

Rubrics iconRubrics 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.

Watch June Watkins' recorded Collaborate session on Using Rubrics in eLearning.

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Expand the topics below for more help with Rubrics

 Adding rubric achievement levels , criteria, or criteria groups
  1. On the Rubrics page, click  Edit Levels or  Edit Levels and Criteria from the context menu of the rubric you want to modify.
  2. Select  Add Level Add Criterion, or  Add Criteria Group.
  3. Fill in the appropriate fields and click Save.
  4. Click Close to return to the Rubrics page.
 Editing rubrics, achievement levels, criteria, or criteria groups

You can only edit a rubric from the course in which it was created and you cannot edit a rubric that is in use.

Edit rubric properties

  1. On the Rubrics page, click on the rubric you want to edit.
  2. Make your changes.
  3. Click Save.

Edit a level, criterion, or criteria group

  1. On the Rubrics page, click  Edit Levels or  Edit Levels and Criteria from the context menu of the rubric you want to modify.
  2. Click  Edit Level Edit Criterion, or  Edit Criteria Group from the context menu of the level, criterion or criteria group you want to edit.
  3. Make your changes.
  4. Click Save.
 Managing rubric status settings
  1. On the Rubrics page, click on the rubric you want to change statuses for.
  2. Select a Rubric Status from the drop-down list.
  3. Click Save.

NOTE:  You cannot associate items with draft or archived rubrics. Existing associations with archived rubrics are maintained.

 Copying rubrics

Copying a rubric creates a new rubric based on an existing rubric in the same course. The new rubric has the same properties, levels, and criteria as the original rubric.

On the Rubrics page, click  Copy from the context menu of the rubric you want to copy.

 Reordering rubric achievement levels or criteria
  1. On the Rubrics page, click  Edit Levels or  Edit Levels and Criteria from the context menu of the rubric you want to modify.
  2. Select  Reorder Criteria/ Reverse Level Order, or  Reorder Levels.
  3. Make your changes and click Save.
  4. Click Close to return to the Rubrics page.
 Deleting rubrics

You can only delete a rubric from the course in which it was created and you cannot delete a rubric that is in use.

Delete a rubric

On the Rubrics page,  Delete from the context menu of the rubric you want to delete.

 Deleting rubric achievement levels, criteria, or criteria groups
  1. On the Rubrics page, click  Edit Levels or  Edit Levels and Criteria from the context menu of the rubric you want to modify.
  2. Click  Delete Level Delete Criterion, or  Delete Criteria Group from the context menu of the level or criterion you want to delete.
  3. Click Close to return to the Rubrics page.
 Viewing rubric statistics

Rubric statistics are recorded for each rubric association.

Rubric statistics for Competencies activities show the number of assessments completed, average level achieved, the percentage of users who chose each level (by criterion for analytic rubrics), and individual statistics for each user who was evaluated.

View rubric statistics for a rubric association

  1. On the Rubrics page, click  View Statistics from the context menu of the rubric you want to view.

Accessing Rubrics

To access the Rubrics tool, select Rubrics from the Assessments drop-down menu.

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