Hva betyr egentlig "Ikke-poenggivende vurderingsevne" i funksjonsvalg i innstillinger?
Translation from Google Translate: What does "Non-Pointing Evaluation" really mean in Function Selection in Settings?
Hi, Ian McKelvey.
My guess is that you are referring to "Non-Scoring Rubrics" under Account Feature Options.
Please see Canvas Release: Non-Scoring Rubrics.
Greetings Ian. I'm taking a bit of a guess on this because I'm not sure how accurate the translation to english was on your question. I think you are asking about an assignment that can be set to Not Graded. This can be useful when you want students to have an area to submit an assignment to the teacher, but you don't plan to have a grade for it in the gradebook. So there are no points associated with the assignment (evaluation).
Thanks for answering so fast! I am in Norway working at “Høgskolen I Innlandet” (Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences), and sometimes the translations to Norwegian just seems a bit off, so hence my question. I wasn’t really sure how this phrase would be translated into English when I read it, and I wanted to know exactly what happens in Courses when this function is turned on. What can I expect as an administrator to happen when this function (Ikke-poenggivende vurderingsevne: non-credit assessment?!?) is turned on, i.e. how is it different than choosing and how will I know that it is functioning?
Even though we don’t have the function turned on in our Canvas, students still have the ability to submit assignments “not graded”.
Hi! Thanks for taking the time to answer my question! Yes, the Norwegian translation was confusing, but that has been cleared up now – it was “Non-scoring rubrics”
Thanks Nelson! The Norwegian translation was very confusing, and I wasn’t sure how it was different from students’ present ability to submit an assignment as “not graded”. The link you provided clears that up! Great job!!
Thank you! You and few others have cleared that up for me: the Norwegian translation was a bit confusing, but the link provided clears that up for me. Thanks for taking the time to answer my question.
Thanks Stefanie! That makes more sense now!
Thank you for letting us know, Ian McKelvey Thank You—and Nelson Ricardo Thank You for sussing out "Non-Scoring Rubrics" from the transliterated "Non-Pointing Evaluation"! I've found that Google Translate generally does pretty well, but when it fails, it fails spectacularly.
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