Overview

Instructors can use the Bulk Assess functionality to assess multiple poll responses at once. This feature allows instructors to apply an outcome, score and/or comment to a set of responses in one click. Instructors can then edit and customize these assessments before publishing to participants.

How to use Bulk Assess

  • Click Assess Multiple at the top-right corner of the page

  • Enter an outcome, score and/or comment

  • Select the applicable participant responses. You can also use the Select all feature or one of the filters. See the below section on filters for details.

  • Click Apply. The outcome, score and/or comment should appear next to the selected responses

  • Save each assessment individually, or click Save All at the top right to save all assessments.

Using Filters

Filters allow you to view Only assessed items or Only non-assessed items so that you can focus on what needs to be assessed.

You can use Select all while a filter is applied to quickly find and apply a score, outcome or assessment to a set of responses.

Recommended ways to speed up your assessment workflow

Select a single outcome to assess everyone against

  1. Click Assess Multiple

  2. Click Select All

  3. Select an outcome to assess everyone against

  4. Click Apply

  5. For each answer, add a score and Save or Save All before publishing

Assess a score level or group, and then choose to hide them from view to focus on remaining answers

  1. Click Assess Multiple

  2. Select the answers you would like to assess (e.g. all answers that are a 3)

  3. Select an outcome and score

  4. Click Apply and then Save All

  5. Click Show only non-assessed items from the Display filter in the left sidebar. Note that answers with an assessment are hidden from view

  6. Continue to assess remaining answers and Save or Save All before publishing

Send a comment to all students

  1. Click Assess Multiple

  2. Click Select All

  3. Add a comment

  4. Click Apply and Save or Save All before publishing

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