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Copy a Rubric
Click Course Management on the navbar and choose Rubrics .   Click on the context menu of the rubric you want to copy and choose Copy . A rubric named "Copy of [Original Rubric]" will appear. Click on the ...
 Create a Rubric
A rubric is a grading tool than contains criteria where students will be graded by particular levels of achievement. Show Video Walkthrough In the navbar, click Course Management and select Rubrics. Click the New Rubric  butto...
Connect a Rubric to an Assignment
From the Assignment Submissions Folder List ( Course Activities  > Assignments ), select Edit Folder from the context menu next to the Assignment name. Click Add Rubric on the Properties tab. Select the rubric you wish to ass...
Connect a Rubric to a Discussion Topic
Select Collaboration on the navbar and click  Discussions.   Select Edit Topic from the context menu next to the discussion topic name. Click on the Assessment tab and click the Add Rubric  button. Check the box next t...
Connect a Rubric to a Grade Column
From the Grades page, click on the  Manage Grades  tab. Click on the grade item title to edit the settings. On the Properties tab, click the Add Rubric  button. Select the rubric you wish to associate with the grade item ...
Edit and Manage Existing Rubrics
In order to protect data integrity, D2L sets several restrictions on editing rubrics once they have been published or paired with an activity.  The following note indicates when rubrics cannot be modified. Note on Rubric Status You cannot a...
Grade an Assignment with a Rubric
See Connect a Rubric to an Assignment for information on connecting a rubric to your assignment. You can evaluate a student's assignment submission using a rubric associated with the assignment folder. For each associated rubric, you can grad...
Grade a Discussion with a Rubric
See Connect a Rubric to a Discussion Topic , for information on how to connect a rubric to your discussion. Go to Collaboration  > Discussions. Click the dropdown arrow next to the topic to access the context menu, and click on Asses...
Use a Rubric with a Grade Column
See Connect a Rubric to a Grade Column for information about connecting a rubric to a grade column. Rubrics may be tied directly to a Grade item (gradebook column) for manually graded assignments where no connection to a D2L tool exists, such as...