Assessment & Feedback

Collection of Assessment guides. i.e. Creating assignments, Managing permissions, and Marking & Feedback

Create Blackboard Tests

This guide will cover: Creating A Blackboard Test Adding Questions to a Blackboard Test Blackboard Test Settings Details and Information Presentation Options Formative Tools Marking & Submission Assessment Results Additional Tools Create a Test Select the Plus button Create. On the right side menu select Test. The test canvas will open. Name the test. Add

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Turnitin: Exporting grades, similarity scores and submission list

There are two key reports you can download from the Turnitin Assignment Inbox. Grade Report Turnitin grades will flow through to the Blackboard Gradebook, and you can download grades from there. But you can also export marks direct from a Turnitin Assignment Inbox. Simply click on the Download All button and select Grade Report. Select

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Turnitin: Download Files

There may be occasions when you need to download students’ submissions to Turnitin, such as: To print out paper copies of students’ work submitted electronically. To save a copy of student work locally to your computer, to either view it offline or mark outside of Turnitin. To archive copies of either the original file submitted

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Turnitin: Anonymous marking

Anonymous marking is addressed in The University Examinations and Assessment Handbook, which states, â€śWherever practicable and appropriate, coursework should remain anonymous to the marker until the marking has been completed.” Turnitin allows for the anonymous marking of papers submitted by students, by hiding students’ names from markers and programme administrators. Some points to note: How do

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