You can create rubrics for instructors to use across your institution. Instructors can add account-level rubrics to their assignments, graded discussions, and quizzes. Instructors can also create their own rubrics in their courses.
In the Title field, create a title for the rubric. This title helps instructors identify the rubric so they can associate it with an assignment, graded discussion, or quiz.
Edit Criterion Description
The rubric includes on default criterion entry. To add a short criterion description, hover over the criterion and click the Edit icon .
To add a longer description to the criterion, click the view longer description link . The longer description helps students understand more information about the criterion. The long description does not display directly in the rubric but can be accessed by all users.
Note: Currently criterion cannot be reordered after they are added to a rubric. If you want to display criterion in a specific order, make sure you create them in the order that you prefer.
Rubric ratings default to 5 points, awarding 5 points for full rubric marks and 0 points for no rubric marks. To split a rubric rating, hover over a rating and click the double-ended arrow . Split cells on the row as often as necessary to create the desired number of ratings .
For each rating, you can edit the rating description and the number of points assigned to the rating. To edit a rating, hover over the rating and click the Edit icon . To edit the name of the rating, enter a new name in the text field .
To enter a new point value for the rating, enter the point value in the points field . Points can be whole (1, 5, 10) or decimal (0.3, 0.5, 2.75) numbers. Editing a specific rating value affects the full point value for the criterion. If you adjust the point value of a rating, the value of all ratings will adjust and create the updated point value for the criterion.
Click the OK button .
Edit Criterion Point Value
If you want to adjust the total point value of the criterion, enter the number of points in the Points field . The first rating (full marks) assuming the overall point value and any incremental ratings adjust appropriately . However, you can always go back and edit specific ratings if you don't want to accept the automatic adjustments.
To create a new criterion for the rubric, click the Add Criterion link .
To find an existing account-level outcome to align with the rubric, click the Find Outcome link .
Note: Outcomes cannot be edited directly in a rubric.
View the new rubric.
To edit the rubric, click the Edit icon . To delete the rubric, click the Delete icon .