Describes the workflow for creating and managing Bongo assignments for those with an instructor role.
Information in this article only pertains to users using a login to access Bongo
Creating a new Assignment
Instructors are able to create new assignments in any Bongo course they have access to. To create a new assignment, click Create Assignment. Next, you will need to select the type of assignment you want to create. You can learn more about each assignment type by clicking the following links.
- Individual Project - Learners can record or upload a video of themselves, practice presenting on a topic, or demonstrate a specific skill.
- Question & Answer - Learners are presented with video or text prompts and given a set amount of time to respond.
- Group - Learners collaborate in real-time or on their own time to create a video or other content for submission.
- Interactive Video - Learners watch a facilitator-provided video and respond with multiple choice or video answers during specific points during the video.
Once you have gone through the assignment creation process, clicking on the assignment will bring you to the Activity Overview where you can view learner progress, view submissions, and provide scores.
Managing an Assignment
To manage any assignment settings, click on the 3-dot menu next to the assignment you want to configure and select Settings. This will bring you to the configuration for the assignment. When you are done, pressing Save will bring you back to the Assignment list.
- You can quickly access the assignment settings from the Activity Overview by clicking the carrot at the top of the screen and selecting Configure.
- Assignments are sorted alphabetically, so you can add a number to the beginning of each assignment in a course to force a specific order.
- To learn more about evaluating and scoring learner submissions, click here.
- To learn more about resetting a learner's submission, click here.
- The assignment type cannot be changed once it has been created.
- Assignments cannot be deleted after being created.