In Desire2Learn (D2L) users can view specific information on analytic rubrics, seeing data for each scoring point. In this online training video, Alan Ackmann demonstrates how to view and interpret D2L rubric information.
- [Instructor] Exploring quiz data in D2L…starts here in the manage quiz interface.…To start viewing quiz statistics,…just identify the quiz you want to explore,…select the drop-down menu,…and choose Statistics.…This takes you to the main statistics window,…which has divided up into three tabs:…User Stats, Question Stats,…and Question Details.…User Stats shows the overall…distribution of scores,…as well as the average score…and standard deviation.…
Below this, you can get detailed information…about the total score earned by each student.…That's great for a bird's eye view.…But for more detailed insights,…we can also explore the Question Stats.…On this tab, you can see the number…of students who got a question right or wrong,…as well as other more detailed reporting metrics,…like Standard Deviation, Discrimination Index,…or Point Biserial.…For more insight into what that means exactly,…just select What Do the Statistics on this Page Mean,…which gives you a bit more of a break down.…
Finally, you've got Question Details,…
- Communicating with students
- Developing course competencies and learning objectives
- Setting up a classroom, including a discussion board
- Adding quizzes and exams
- Setting up an assignment rubric
- Providing feedback
- Setting up a gradebook
- Customizing Brightspace
- Managing discussion boards
- Leveraging Brightspace mobile apps
- Using Brightspace as a student
Skill Level Beginner
1. Brightspace and Communicating with Students
2. Brightspace and Classroom Management
3. Brightspace and Assessing Student Work
4. Customizing Brightspace
5. Using Brightspace in an Online Context
Creating D2L small groups4m 36s
6. The Student's View of Brightspace
Next steps1m 13s
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