Blackboard: Using Rubrics

Using Rubrics in BlackboardJoin the Instructional Technology Lab to learn about Blackboard! Have you ever had students wondering why they got a certain grade on their assignment, or what their grade was made of? Consider using Blackboard rubrics. A Blackboard rubric lists evaluation criteria for a graded activity. Rubrics can help students organize their efforts to meet the requirements of an assignment. Instructors can use rubrics to assess the students consistently against a set of criteria, and to explain their evaluations to students. This workshop will cover the basics of Blackboard rubrics. Participants will learn how to create a rubric, associate it to a graded activity, and effortlessly grade using an interactive rubric.

Please register here.  

This workshop is also offered on: 

Tuesday, September 10, 2019 - 12:30-1:30pm

Thursday, October 3, 2019 - 12:30-1:30pm

Wednesday, November 13, 2019 - 12:30-1:30pm

This workshop is part of the Assessing Student Learning series for GW faculty members seeking new tools, tips, and tricks to enhance student learning through equitable and effective testing and grading practices. Workshops in this series are sponsored by the Instructional Technology Lab and the University Teaching and Learning Center. Other workshops in this Fall 2019 are Blackboard Grade CenterBlackboard: Assignments and TestsMonitoring and Assessing Student Performance on BlackboardTesting in Blackboard: Best Practices. If you need feedback on assignment or syllabus design, advice on teaching methods, or ideas for new activities, consider booking a consultation with the University Teaching and Learning Center. If you are a faculty member or teaching assistant looking for personalized assistance with the instructional technologies you use for teaching or hands-on guidance in developing dynamic content for a course, consider booking a consultation with the Instructional Technology Lab.

Open to Faculty

Sponsored By:

GW Libraries & Academic Innovation, Instructional Technology Lab, University Teaching and Learning Center