|Click the actions icon to start the rubric options.|
This will bring up options to create a rubric or import one. You can also edit rubrics once they are added.
|To create a rubric, select the Create rubric icon.|
In the left column, fill in the assignment criteria/objectives.
In the top row, fill in your assessment scale.
|If you need to add more rows or columns, click the plus button.|
|To delete rows or columns, click the trash can icon.|
Fill in a point value in the top row to establish the default point value for the column.
Note: point values will need to be a whole number; decimals are not permitted.
|To override the default point value for a particular criterium, fill in the point value in that box.|
|The maximum points for the entire rubric is indicated in the lower left corner.|
When you are finished, click Save.
|To upload a rubric, click the Action icon in the lower right corner and select Import rubric.|
A window will open with links to help you create a CSV file on your computer that can be imported into Bongo.
Click on rubrictemplate.csv to download a properly formatted CSV file onto your computer. This CSV file already has text saved in it to help you know where to (and not to) enter text.
If you need more help or an example CSV rubric, this window also has links to resources you can download.
|Once you have created your rubric in a CSV file and saved it on your computer, click Add File button in the window. Select your CSV file and click Open.|
You can make any final adjustments before you click Save.
We recommend that you check your rubric to make sure that the text and scores uploaded properly before making the rubric active for an activity.
On the main Rubric page, click the additional options icon next to your desired rubric and select Edit.
Make any necessary changes to the rubric and click Save.
Please note that once a rubric is active, you will only be able to edit the descriptions. You can copy the rubric to create another rubric with updated scoring and requirements.
For a preview of grading with a rubric, view the video below. Please note, there is no voiceover for this video.