At the beginning of each semester, administrators will need to:
You can find instructions for each task below.
Note: Creating a new term will make the previous term historical data. Do not create a new term unless the previous term is no longer active.
Project templates determine what projects and drafts are assigned to a course.
Before creating a course, make sure that you have created the instructor’s account and the course’s project template.
*Registration Code: This is the code that students will enter when registering for a course. Each code must be unique. Once you have created the Registration Code, you’ll need to supply this to the course instructor.
Before reading the following instructions, learn more about how rubrics work in MyReviewers.
The Full Mark is the highest number on the grading scale for each criteria
Once you have finished editing, select Save. Note that this will only save the Criteria Name, Description, and types of grading. It will not save anything on the lower part of the page.
Note: Each milestone must be saved individually.
You may assign certain comments to appear when grading certain assignments. To do so, you’ll place comments in a catalog. The catalog can then be broken into Categories:
To add the book’s chapters:
To share E-texts with all users in your organization:
Admins have access to reports regarding grade distributions, peer review data, class data etc.
Note: These reports are not where ADMINS check the Portfolio grade status. Please see Portfolio Management for more information.
The portfolio assessment feature enables students to receive feedback from multiple graders, including their course instructor and one or more other readers. Portfolio grading is broken into several rounds. In Round 1, the course instructor and other assigned Reader(s) will grade students’ assignments separately. If the Instructor’s and Reader’s grades differ by a large margin, Round 2 will be assigned, where an additional Reader (called an Arbitrator) helps norm the grading.