When grading a paper, I use grading rubrics but will also make comments in the paper. I will upload the paper with comments into the grading rubric. How do I explain to the students where to find the graded paper that I uploaded?
Here is a link to some Canvas documentation about viewing rubrics of a grade assignment. (How do I view the rubric for my assignment? )
Hope this helps.
Thanks, but not exactly what I am looking for.
I haven't done much with attaching files directly to rubrics (honestly, I didn't know that was possible). I would just attach the annotated paper to a submission comment in Speedgrader. This means that students will be able to access your comment (and hence that file) from the Grades area of the course.
Yes, I attach the document to speed grader all ready. I just want to find out how the students can view it because they cannot view the attachment when they click on the assignment.
I can give you my experiences as a student. I'm currently working on an online masters program after work. One of my instructors would print out my writing, write with a pen, then scan the annotated document back in with a submission comment. I was able to go to Grades as student and click the comment icon (it's a little speech bubble to the right of the assignment name in my grade list). Once I click the icon I can see the instructor's comment along with any attached files. From there I can download the annotated version of my writing. Attached is a screenshot of what it looks like for me. I have censored the instructor's name.
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