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As Brian mentioned, you can also assign feedback to a specific question. When you are writing your question there is a frame to create feedback. You choose a rule for when the feedback is shown. Y...
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It depends. If you type feedback in the grade screen for an overall activity the student will see a speech bubble in their gradebook. They can click on the item to see the feedback. Note I left t...
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The reason Brian couldn’t really answer your question is because Agilix (Buzz) doesn’t provide content. Buzz is just the framework for others to add content. Shauna, you said you’re using Florida V...
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Hmmm, I'm not sure how something could be submitted, yet unscored. Maybe if it were an essay question you decided not to grade. Hopefully, someone from Agilix will chime in with a solution for you.
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If you notice, in the batch update pop-up there is a tab for allow retry. You can't enter the 40% then batch allow retry. What you might test, though, is to first allow retry for any unscored. Then...
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I don't know of a way to have it automatically input 40%. There is a bulk score entry though. Open the activity grader (click on the assignment name in the gradebook). Click on the wrench at the to...
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When you say you can't get it to show up, do you mean the students can't see it or you can't get it to show up in your gradebook so you can check completion?
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You could use the bulk editor to stop students from completing "old" activities. For example, on the first day of the new grading period go to the editor and click on the activity list tab. Select ...
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Sue, since I'm not sure how similar/different activities are in a continuous course I took some screenshots from my course so you can compare. Here is what I was talking about regarding completion....
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Thanks for the clarification. I didn't realize it was a continuous enrollment courses. I'm not familiar with the ins and outs of those. I do know that many things are handled differently. Sorry for...