How do I manage my assessments and assignments on webct
You may wish on your course for certain releases to be available at certain times, or after certain events have occured (say the successful completion of an exam). This tutorial will help you do that.
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You'll need the following software - Internet explorer, firefox - any web browser
You'll need the following hardware - A modern PC connected to the internet
The other factors might help - A WebCT course already set up
You'll need to work through the following steps:-
Managing assessmentsAssessments are managed via the Teach tab. In order to access Assessment Manager:
There are 4 views within Assessment Manager. Click on the appropriate tab for Graded, Not Graded, Not Submitted or All.
In order to see all submissions for a particular assessment, click on its title. In order to view statistics for a particular assessment, click on the Action links icon to the right of the assessment title, and click on View Reports.
Viewing grades and submissions
In order to view a particular attempt click on View Attempt # by the side of the appropriate assessment name. This will give you complete details in relation to this attempt and gives you the ability to edit and enter scores manually, as well as adjust the final score. You can also enter comments for students concerning their answers.
To edit a score for a particular question enter a score in the Override score box below each question. If you wish to add comments for a student regarding this question, type it in the box below this, entitled Comments for student. You can adjust the total score by typing the appropriate adjustment in one of the Adjust total score by boxes located at the top and bottom of the screen. You will need to click on Update Grade from the bottom of the screen in order for the updated score to come into effect.
There are 5 views within Assignment Dropbox. Click on the appropriate tab for Submitted, Not Submitted, Graded, Published or All.
Here you can view an assignment submitted by a particular student, grade it and enter comments for that student concerning their submission. To do this:
Easy to achieve, little or no techinical skill required. E.g. The ability to use MS office.
Already using e-learning to support teaching and learning, for example you may already have a WebCT course.
Well versed in the use of e-learning technologies. E.g. The ability to create interactive content or use an image manipulation package.
If you require any assistance please contact the IS Learning Team.
You can always contact the IS Learning team for more help