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Creating and Managing Quizzes

The Quizzes tool in Brightspace allows instructors to create and evaluate question-based assessments in their courses. In the UVic instance of Brightspace, the Quiz Tool is nested under Course Tools on the blue NavBar. This page covers creating and managing quizzes....

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Set Up a Gradebook

The Brightspace Grades tool allows instructors to create and manage their gradebooks, which includes grading system, grade calculations, grade scheme, grade items, and view and display options. The gradebook can be linked to assessments such as quizzes, assignments...

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Entering and Releasing Grades

The Brightspace Grades tool allows instructors to enter grades either numerically or based on a grading scheme. It is required to set up the grade book and associate each quiz, assignment and discussion with a grade item, which makes an entry in the grade book. This...

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Managing Course Components

Import/Export/Copy Components is a tool that is used to help with various aspects of a course, more specifically, course content. Some of the features that are used to move course components include copying, importing, and exporting different materials.What can I do...

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Creating and Managing Rubrics

The Rubrics tool in Brightspace allows instructors to assess activities consistently based on chosen criteria.Types of RubricsAnalytic Analytic rubrics are two-dimensional rubrics with levels of achievement and assessment criteria displayed as columns and rows,...

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Evaluating Assignments

The Brightspace learning environment allows instructors to evaluate assignments directly in the platform, improving efficiency. Students can receive feedback online in real time following rubrics and core competencies. This page covers evaluating assignments. To learn...

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