How do I use a non-scoring rubric to assess submissions in SpeedGrader?

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If you have added a non-scoring rubric to an assignment, you can assess the rubric in SpeedGrader. Non-scoring rubrics contain rating criterions without point values. Unlike regular rubrics, non-scoring rubrics are not used for grading.

Be sure you have selected the Remove points from rubric option when adding a rubric to an assignment. Be sure this checkbox is selected before you begin grading submissions.

Notes:

  • If your rubric does not contain any predetermined rubric criteria, you should grade the rubric using free-form comments.
  • The non-scoring rubrics feature is currently an course opt-in feature. To enable this feature, learn how to manage feature options in the course features lesson.

Open SpeedGrader

Open SpeedGrader

Open SpeedGrader from any assignment, graded discussion, or quiz.

Open Student Submission

Open Student Submission

Use the student list to locate a student submission.

View Rubric

View Rubric

Click the View Rubric button.

Resize Rubric

Resize Rubric

To view the entire rubric window, you may need to scroll both vertically and horizontally. To resize the rubric window, click and drag the sizing column horizontally.

Complete Rubric

Complete Rubric

For each criterion, click the rating that applies to the student's submission [1].

You can also add a comment for each rubric criterion by clicking the Comment icon [2].

Save Rubric

Save Rubric

Click the Save button.

View Rubric Ratings

View Rubric Ratings

View the rubric ratings.

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