I want students to be able to see fellow students' work product. Is there a way to do that in the Assignment module?
I've also wondered about this - the best workaround I can come up with is to make the assignment a peer review one, How do I create a peer review assignment? and make the number of reviews equal to the number of students in your course. I think this would work, but I haven't tested it yet.
I've also entertained ideas of using the ePortfolio tool (What are ePortfolios? ) but there is no grading function, and your students would have to be sure to set up their portfolios to be visible to their fellow students (How can I share a private ePortfolio? ).
If someone has a better idea, I hope they post it!
Vicky, that's the solution we were given as well--we only tried it during our Canvas pilot, and not since then--although if I recall correctly, we were told to make the number of reviews equal to the number of students in the course minus one. I haven't found another solution to this either; my only recourse was to select the assignments I wanted to "showcase" and reproduce them (literally, by copying-and-pasting them) into a weekly discussion. Casey, please be aware that before doing this, I included language in my syllabus that informed students that their assignment submissions might be made public to the other members of the class.
I've changed the format of the post to a discussion, because I don't think there is a single correct answer yet in Canvas--only workarounds.
A feature idea for the ability to make students' assignment submissions public is still open for voting and currently in Product Radar status: Share student assignment submission
Thanks, Vicky and Stephanie!
I looked at the peer review option, and talked to the professor about posting journals in Discussions. I'll mention peer review to her as well, but I think she was leaning toward using Discussions, so we'll see.
BTW - thanks much for noting we should tell the students their work will be made public to other students. I'm pretty sure they know, but it's best to be sure.
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