***Updated for Fall 2011***
Copying Peer and Self Assessments
The Self and Peer Assessment is a tool designed to facilitate the objective, analytical, and learning comprehension skills of students. Reviewing the work of fellow students through criteria-based reference evaluation allows constructive feedback. The constructive feedback that students give to and receive from their peers can enhance their comprehension of the subject material and provide valuable insights into their own efforts.
You can copy an Assessment within one course, or to another. Only the Assessment (with its Questions and Criteria) is copied over (none of the Submissions are).
To copy an Assessment into a different course, follow these steps:
1.) Enter the course from which you want to Copy and make sure that you have created a Self and Peer Assessment.
2.) Enter the Course Area from which you want to Copy.
3.) Locate the Assessment, and click the drop-down arrows button to the right and click Copy.
4.) In new page, click on the Destination Course drop-down bar and choose the course into which you want to copy the Assessment.
5.) Next, below the course selection drop-down bar, click the Browse button to the right of Destination Folder. A window will pop up that will ask you to choose the Folder (Course Area) into which you would like to copy your Self and Peer Assessment.
6.) The Course Area/Folder you choose will be the folder in which students and others will find the copied Assessment in order to take it. After you click the Folder/Course Area into which to copy your assessment, click Submit on the bottom or top right of the Copy page. (If you'd like to verify that your Copy has been successful, simply enter the Course and Course Area/Folder into which you Copied your Self and Peer Assessment and make sure that the Assessment appears there.)
NOTE: In previous Blackboard versions, Instructors needed to Export Assessments from one Course/Area and Import them into different Courses/Areas separately. With the Copy option, Import/Export is no longer necessary.
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