Quick Eval Tool

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About Quick Eval

Quick Eval is a new tool that allows instructors to see a list of unevaluated learner submissions from all their courses. Submissions from Assignments, Quizzes, and Discussions are displayed in one location to improve efficiency when locating work that requires evaluation and providing feedback to learners.

Educators can sort, filter, and search submissions to prioritize their evaluation work. Sorting can be done using the first or last name of the learner, Activity Name, Course Name, and Submission date. Filtering can be done using one or more of the following categories: Activity Name, Course Name, and Submission Date. Clicking on a user’s name opens an evaluation screen directly from the Quick Eval list where the evaluator can complete their assessment. The search function in Quick Eval allows evaluators to locate submissions for evaluation by searching for a specific user, assignment, quiz, discussion topic, or course.

When learner submissions are evaluated and published, they no longer show up in the Quick Eval list. An empty Quick Eval list gives educators confidence that no learner submissions are pending evaluation.

Quick Eval FAQs

What determines if a course displays in Quick Eval?

  1. Course is active
  2. Course is within its start date and end date

What are the criteria for displaying assignment submissions in Quick Eval?

Submission Type: All assignment submission types are listed in Quick Eval except for assignments with the Automatically on Evaluation completion type.

Evaluation status: Unpublished feedback

What are the criteria for displaying quiz attempts in Quick Eval?

Quiz Setup: Quiz attempts with assessments that are not set up for auto-grading, and require an evaluator to provide feedback.

Evaluation status: Ungraded quiz attempts

What are the criteria for displaying discussion posts and replies in Quick Eval?

Discussion topic setup: Discussion topics with Assessments

Evaluation status: Unpublished Feedback

Moderated Discussion posts must be released for them to show up in Quick Eval.

Are grade items listed in Quick Eval?

Quick Eval does not list grade items. Quick Eval only lists activities from Assignments, Quizzes and Discussions that have learner submissions.

What is the default size of the Quick Eval list?

The Quick Eval list shows 20 unevaluated learner submissions. Users can click on Load More to see more items.

Are group assignments listed in the Quick Eval list?

No, group assignments are not listed in Quick Eval.

Can I filter the Quick Eval list by section?

No, the Quick Eval list cannot be filtered by sections. However, an evaluator only sees submissions from the sections they are enrolled in.

Does Quick Eval display feedback saved as a draft?

Quick Eval displays feedback for Assignments that is saved as a draft and not published. Quizzes and Discussions are not currently supported.

Can I evaluate Anonymously using Quick Eval?

There is no special anonymous evaluation mode for Quick Eval. If your Assignments, Discussions, and Quizzes are set up to be evaluated anonymously with required user information privacy permissions, then submissions are listed anonymously in Quick Eval. If all activities are not anonymized, then evaluators may see user information on some of the submitted work. If anonymity while evaluating is critical and you are not confident of the setup of Assignments, Quizzes and Discussions, D2L recommends against using Quick Eval.