After an assessment has been administered, Users have access to a plethora of information to view the content of the assessment, student activity, adjusting the scoring, grading essays, and accessing reports.
The Assessment Options tab gives an overview of the options selected when initially creating the assessment, including:
- Scoring Options
- Options to Enable
- Security Options
- Font Override
- Assessment Level Attachments
To learn more information about Creating an Assessment, click here.
To learn more information about assessment Options to Enable, click here.
To learn more information about assessment Security Options, click here.
To learn more information about Assessment Level Attachments, click here.
The View Assessment tab features the list of all questions contained within the assessment.
Clicking the expand icon will allow you to add more columns to the grid if there are any not being displayed.
The Post Settings tab will contain the posting settings that were set up when posting the already drafted assessment, including:
- Assessment Password
- Students Selected
- Assessment Admins
- Schedule Date
- Download Start/End Date
- Upload Deadline (optional)
- Email Reminders
Note, one can update certain posting parameters once an assessment has already been posted.
To learn more information about assessment Post Settings, click here.
The Proctoring tab gives Users the ability to track student activity during an assessment. This includes:
- Track Exam Taker Downloads/Uploads
- Producing Individual/Universal Resume Codes
- Show Assessment Password
- Increase Maximum Downloads for Students
To learn more information about Exam Proctoring, click here.
The Grading tab allows essay questions to be graded by Users in the portal. You can either grade essays by each individual question or grade each student's responses individually.
- View: "Questions"
- View: "Students"
To learn more information about Essay Grading, click here.
The Reporting/Adjust Scoring tab gives access to a basic class report of the assessment, access to individual student performance reports, and the ability to adjust scoring on the exam as a whole or individual questions.
- View: "Class"
- View: "Students"
To learn more information about Adjusting Questions and Answer Key, click here.