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You can create assignments alongside other content. Students can access their work next to the content they need, right when they need it. You can also create a group assignment and release it to one or more groups in your course.
Feel free to experiment! Students can't see what you add until you make your assignments visible.
On the Course Content page, select the plus sign wherever you want to add an assignment. In the menu, select Create to open the Create Item panel and select Assignment. The New Assignment page opens.
You can also expand or create a folder and add an assignment.
When you create an assignment, a gradebook item is created automatically.
After you post assignment grades, students can view their scores on their grades pages or in the activity stream. They can also access an assignment, their submissions, your feedback, and their grades from the assignment link on the Course Content page.
You can choose where you want to start grading!
Want to see how many assignments are ready to grade in all your courses? In the list where your name appears, you have immediate access to all your courses' grading tasks on the global Grades page. All your grading tasks are organized by course. You can quickly scan your progress, set priorities across the board, and even begin grading. No need to navigate to each course to see what's ready for grading.
The page only displays information if you need to take action. You see assignments that are ready to grade or which assignments are overdue for how many students.
Want to narrow your focus? In a course, you can access the course gradebook on the navigation bar. You can see who has made submissions and start grading.
From the activity stream, you're alerted when student submissions are ready for grading. Or, select an assignment on the Course Content page to see how many students have made submissions.
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Video: Grade assignments explains how to grade assignments.
Yes! You can drag and drop assignments to different locations in the course outline, and edit or delete assignments!
SafeAssign is a plagiarism detection service you can enable within assignments and tests.
- Open the assignment where you want to use SafeAssign. In Assignment Settings, select Enable Originality Report. Choose whether to allow students to view the Originality Report for each of their attempts.
- When students begin their submissions, SafeAssign starts to analyzes the attempt and attachments automatically. While the Originality Report processes, this statement appears: Report in progress... You can view the Originality Report from the Submissions list after it's finished processing. Select an attempt to view the Originality Report in the context of the submission content.
- Percentages appear in the SafeAssign Originality Report panel. SafeAssign analyzes each part of the attempt, including text responses and attachments. Select an entry in the Originality Report list to view the detailed results in a new window.