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Quick Eval offers evaluators a single location to view all learner submissions that are awaiting evaluation. Submissions made to Assignments, Quizzes, and Discussions are displayed in a sortable list and can be selected to take you directly to their assessment page. Educators can sort, filter, and search submissions to prioritize their evaluation work. Sorting can be done using the first or last name of the learner, Activity Name, Course Name, and Submission date. Filtering can be done using one or more of the following categories: Activity Name, Course Name, and Submission Date. Clicking on a user’s name opens an evaluation screen directly from the Quick Eval list where the evaluator can complete their assessment. The search function in Quick Eval allows evaluators to locate submissions for evaluation by searching for a specific user, assignment, quiz, discussion topic, or course. Once you complete an evaluation, publish your feedback or save it as a draft and then return to the Quick Eval list to continue evaluating. Any assessment awaiting evaluation, or with its evaluation saved in draft status displays in Quick Eval.
Assignment submissions are listed when a learner submits a file or text, or marks an assignment as complete. They remain visible until an evaluator publishes feedback for the submission. If a resubmission is made by the learner, it is added to the Quick Eval list. Submissions with their feedback in draft status display a draft icon to indicate their status. For assignments with the completion type Automatically on due date, when the due date passes, all submissions display in Quick Eval. Assignments with the completion type Automatically on Evaluation are not displayed in Quick Eval. Evaluators only see assignment submissions from learners in sections they are enrolled in.
Quiz submissions are listed when a learner completes a quiz that requires manual grading. Once the quiz attempt is graded and saved, it is considered evaluated and no longer displays in Quick Eval. If a quiz is setup without the Automatic Export to Grades setting, then a quiz attempt evaluation from Quick Eval does not export to Grades. The evaluator must navigate to the Quizzes tool and select the quiz attempts to publish to the gradebook. Evaluators only see quiz attempts from learners in sections they are enrolled in.
Discussion submissions are listed when assessable discussion topics have a post or a reply written by a learner. When the feedback on a discussion post is saved or published, the learner submission is no longer displayed in Quick Eval. Submissions with feedback in draft status display a draft icon to indicate their status. Evaluators only see discussion posts from learners in sections they are enrolled in.
What determines if a course displays in Quick Eval?
What are the criteria for displaying assignment submissions in Quick Eval?
What are the criteria for displaying quiz attempts in Quick Eval?
What are the criteria for displaying discussion posts and replies in Quick Eval?
Are grade items listed in Quick Eval?
What is the default size of the Quick Eval list?
Are group assignments listed in the Quick Eval list?
Does Quick Eval display feedback saved as a draft?
Can I evaluate Anonymously using Quick Eval?
In Quick Eval, select Activities to display a list of the assessable activities that have items awaiting evaluation in all your courses. This view makes it easy to complete all assessments for one assignment, discussion, or quiz, before moving on to the next task. Activities view displays indicators to show the learners progress on submissions, instructors progress on evaluations, and on publishing feedback to learners. It also includes links to the evaluation page, submission page, and a publish all action.
A new count is displayed for Assignments, Quizzes, and Discussions. It corresponds to the sum of learner submissions that have never been evaluated or resubmitted since the last evaluation (either draft or published).
An activity shows up in Quick Eval’s Activities view when there is an unevaluated learner submission or when all students have not submitted to the activity.
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