There are several ways you can assess assignment submissions.
- Use the Evaluate Submission page to evaluate submissions and leave feedback.
- Associate a rubric to the assignment and use the rubric feature of the Evaluate Submission page to assess submissions.
- Download submissions and leave feedback within the files, then upload them back into the appropriate assignment submission folders so they appear as attachments to each submission evaluation.
- If Turnitin is enabled, use Turnitin Feedback Studio to add comments, insert inline text, and highlight sections of a submission.
Evaluate Submission Features
- Control over release of student feedback
- Publish feedback immediately per student as you assess submissions
- Save feedback as draft until all students have feedback, then publish it to all students at once
- Retract feedback if you want to provide an updated assessment and only want students to see the most recent feedback
- Associated rubrics transfer to grades
- Append overall feedback to the submission feedback field
- Points rubrics scale and transfer rubric score to the submission score (this will transfer to grades if the folder is associated to a grade item and feedback is published)
Download Submissions and Provide Feedback Files
- Download submission files as a zip folder and mark up submissions directly
- Save the files and the zip file with the same name
- Reupload as a zip using Add Feedback Files, then click Add
Turnitin Feedback Studio
- If you enabled Originality Checking (plagiarism detection), you can use Feedback Studio to markup student submissions and provide feedback
- Add comments, insert text, and highlight portions of submissions
- Provide text or audio feedback for submissions