To view Assigned Assessments, selected the Assessments module from the navigation bar on the left side of Otus. Then select Assigned.

❓Looking for guidance on how to assign an assessment? Click here to see the Assign Assessments article.

➡️ Key Features

  1. The list of assessments is organized by class.

  2. The status bar shows the overall class progress on each assessment.

  3. To grade assessments, select the assessment row to see the assigned student list for that assessment.

  4. To view and edit assignment settings for the assessment, select the ellipsis on the right.


Assessment List

➡️ Navigation and Sorting

  1. Click on the Classes field for a drop-down menu of classes, or type a class name into the field.

  2. To find specific assessments within a class, use Search.

  3. The default sort is reverse chronological order by assignment date. Sort the list alphabetically by clicking the Assessment Name column heading or chronologically by due date by clicking the Due Date column heading.

➡️ Individual Assessments

There are four primary elements to any assessment in the list:

  • Assessment Name: Set when the assessment draft is created.

  • Due Date (if added): Establishes when the assessment is due. Click here for more information.

  • Status bar: Displays total class progress. The screenshot below explains color coding.

  • Ellipsis: See More Options section below for details.

❗ Note: Clicking anywhere on the assessment row (other than the Ellipsis) will open the list of students to whom this assessment was assigned. From that page, you can view student results and grade the assessment. Click any of the following links for the corresponding article about grading these assessment types: Simple, Advanced, Points-based Rubric, Standards-based Rubric.

➡️ More Options (Ellipsis button)

There are five options in this menu:

  • Edit: Opens Assign Assessment page (click here for more information). From here, adjust Due Date, Availability, Instructions, and other assignment settings.

  • View Details: Opens pop-up modal displaying assessment details: Assigned by, Date/Time of Assignment, Name, Type (quiz, test, project, etc.), the Assessment field (Simple, Advanced, Rubric), Grading Scale (Points, Standards-based), and Due Date.

The content on the View Details pop-up is not editable. To change Name or Type, make those edits to the assessment Draft. If editing an Advanced Assessment, it will need to be reassigned. The Assessment field cannot be changed. A new assessment draft would need to be built using the desired assessment type. The Grading Scale can be changed by cloning the draft and reassigning it. Due Date can be adjusted by selecting Edit (see above).

  • Analytics: Opens Assessment Analytics 1.0 page (click here for more information). From here, analyze assessment results in a variety of different ways.

  • Unassign: Unassigns this assessment from all students and deletes all student work and any assigned grades, which cannot be restored. For more information, see this article.

  • Manage Assignees: Opens the Manage Assignees page for all assessments assigned to this class. From here, individual students' assessments can be unassigned. See this article for more information.

➡️ Plus Assessments

Plus Assessments do not appear in the Drafts Assessments page because they are created directly in the Gradebook. As a result, some features of Plus Assessments are handled differently than other assessment types listed in Assigned Assessments. Here are a few important details:

  • Point-Based Plus Assessments: Click the assessment row to open the Gradebook.

  • Standards-based Plus Assessments: Click the assessment row to open the Grading page for standards-based Plus Assessments:

  • More options (ellipsis button): Select Edit to change the Assessment Title, Type (quiz, test, project, etc.), Linked Standards, or Submission Date (the default is date created). Note: Grading Scale cannot be edited. A new Plus Assessment must be created using the new scale.


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