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TritonEd: Add Assessments

Learn how to create tests and assignments that can be administered within TritonEd.

TritonEd allows instructors to create tests and assignments that can be administered within TritonEd. Instructors can:
  • Set due dates.
  • Collect assignments electronically.
  • Download test results.
  • Provide feedback.

See the steps below to learn how to create assessments.

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Collect Assignments

Use an assignment to collect documents and projects from students electronically. 

How to create an assignment

  1. In the Course Menu, click the Content Area where the assignment will be created.
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  2. On the Content page, hover over the Assessments tab to expand the options.
  3. Select Assignment.
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  4. On the Create Assignment page, enter a Name and optional instructions in the text box.
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  5. To attach a file from your computer, click Browse My Computer, or skip this step if there are no supplemental files.
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  6. To add a due date, click the check box next to Due Date and enter the date and time.
    Note: Assignments received after the due date will be marked Late.
  7. Under Grading, enter Points Possible. This will automatically create a Grade Center column for the assignment.
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  8. Under Submission Details, click the appropriate radio button to make the assignment an individual assignment or a group assignment.
    Note: Groups will need to be created prior to setting up a group assignment.
  9. To allow multiple attempts, specify the number of attempts or select allow unlimited attempts from the drop-down menu.
  10. Under Grading Options, select either or both boxes to enable Anonymous Grading or Delegated Grading. Skip this step if neither option is necessary for the assignment.
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  11. Under Display of Grades, select the format of the grade: score, letter, text, percentage, complete/ incomplete.
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  12. Under Availability, click the check box to make the assignment available. Leave the box unchecked to keep it hidden.
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  13. Adjust the display dates to limit the availability, or leave this blank if there are no date restrictions.
  14. Click Submit.
  15. The new assignment will be added to the bottom of the content page.  Students need to click the assignment name to submit their assignments.
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Create Quizzes and Tests

Use a test to evaluate and measure students' comprehension of the learning material. Choose from a variety of question types and assign point values.

How to create a test

  1. In the Course Menu, click the Content Area where the test will be created.
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  2. On the Content page, hover over the Assessments tab to expand the options.
  3. Select Test.
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  4. On the Create Test page, click Create to start building the test.
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  5. Enter a Name and optional description or instructions.
  6. Click Submit to begin adding questions.
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  7. To start adding questions, hover over the Create Question tab to expand the list question types.
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  8. Select the appropriate question type.
  9. Enter the question text and answer choices.
  10. Click Submit.
  11. Add more questions by clicking the plus sign above or below each question.
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  12. Once all questions have been added to the test, click OK at the bottom right.
  13. To assign the test, ensure the Test is highlighted in Add an Existing Test and click Submit.
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  14. Adjust the Test Options, including test availability, due date, and feedback, and click Submit.

Create a Turnitin assignment

Turnitin is integrated with TritonEd and can be used directly within a TritonEd site. When you reate a Turnitin Assignment for students, Turnitin will check any documents with text for originality, and report matches with other student papers, institution papers, the internet, and periodicals, based on the indicated settings.

How to create a Turnitin assignment

  1. In the Course Menu, click the Content area where the Turnitin Assignment will be created.
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  2. On the Content page, point to the Assessments tab to expand options.
  3. Select Turnitin Assignment.
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  4. On the Turnitin page, select the assignment type.
    • The base assignment is a paper assignment.
    • A PeerMark Assignment allows students to review each other’s assignments.
    • A Revision Assignment allows multiple draft submissions.
  5. Click Next Step.
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  6. Enter a title for the assignment.
  7. Enter a point value.This will create a column in the Grade Center.
  8. Select Allow only file types that Turnitin can check for originality or select Allow any file types.
    Note: While Turnitin accepts various file types, Turnitin can only check documents with text for originality.
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  9. Enter a Start Date for when students can begin submitting their assignments.
  10. Enter a Due Date. There is also an option to not allow late submissions under optional settings.
  11. Enter a Post Date for when comments and grades will be posted and become available for students to view.
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  12. Click Optional Settings to expand the options.
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  13. To allow students to submit more than once until the due date, under Generate Originality Reports for student submissions, click the drop down menu and select immediately (can overwrite reports until due date). Or to keep the first submission as the final submission, select immediately first report is final.
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  14. Select the appropriate settings for the originality report, which will generate matches based on the criteria.
  15. Click Submit.

Go to Grade in TritonEd to learn how to use Turnitin's Feedback Studio.

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