Editing Question Criteria

This guide will demonstrate how to edit question criteria for a Self and Peer Evaluation.

Editing a Self and Peer Assessment, Part 1

image of a self and peer assessment in Blackboard with an arrow pointing to the chevron next to the assessemt with instructions to click on the chevron.  The edit option is highlighted by a red circle with an arrow pointing to the assessment indicating users to select Edit.

To edit a Self and Peer Assessment, click the chevron next to the assessment and choose Edit from the menu.

Editing a Self and Peer Assessment, Part 2

Image of the Edit: Peer Evaluation screen with the Assessment Canvas option outlined with a red circle.

You will now see a screen labeled Edit: Peer Evaluation with the following options: Assessment Canvas, Properties, and Export Assessment.  Select Assessment Canvas to build the assessment questions.

Editing a Criterion

To edit a criterion, locate the criteria you wish to edit and hover over the criterion.  Click the chevron next to the criterion name and select Edit.

Editing the Criterion Information

You will now see a screen labeled Edit Criteria:

  1. Criteria: Enter information for the criterion here.
  2. Points Possible: Determine the number of points the criterion is worth.
  3. Assign Points: Determine how points are assigned.  The options are All or Nothing or Allow Partial Credit.
  4. Allow Feedback to Learner: Select Yes to permit users to provide feedback when evaluating responses.
  5. When finished, click the Submit button to create the criterion.

Editing a Word Count Criterion

To edit a word count criterion, hover over the criterion and click the chevron next to the item.  Select Edit from the menu that appears.

Editing the Criterion Information

You will now see a screen labeled Edit Criteria:

  1. Criteria: Enter information for the criterion here.
  2. Points Possible: Determine the number of points the criterion is worth.
  3. Assign Points: Determine how points are assigned.  The options are All or Nothing or Allow Partial Credit.
  4. Allow Feedback to Learner: Select Yes to permit users to provide feedback when evaluating responses.
  5. When finished, click the Submit button to create the criterion.