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How do I add rubrics to the assessment library?

Updated Apr 01, 2021

You can add rubrics to your account that faculty can incorporate into their courses and coordinators can use in course and program assessments.

Note: By default, only administrators can add rubrics to the assessment library. Faculty users must be granted permission by an admin to add a rubric. If permission has not been granted, faculty users have view-only access to rubrics.

Open Assessments

Open Assessments

In the Toolbar, click the Assessment icon.

Open Rubrics

Open Rubrics

In the Assessment Sidebar, click the Rubrics link.

Add New Rubric

Add New Rubric

Click the Add New Rubric button.

Enter Rubric Details

Enter Rubric Details

Enter a title [1] and description [2] for the rubric.

To add hyperlinks in the description, use markdown formatting. Type the text you want to link in brackets [3] and then type the destination URL between parentheses [4]. There should be no space between the closing bracket and the first parenthesis.

Select Department

Select Department

To align the rubric to a specific department, click the Department drop-down menu [1]. Type the name of a department in the search field [2] or click the name of the desired department [3]. To make the outcome available to all departments in your account, select the ALL: Institutional Rubric option [4].

Note: Before you can align a rubric to a department, you will need to add departments to your Assessment Library.

Select Rubric Options

Select Rubric Options

To allow evaluators to mark a criterion as not applicable in their evaluation, click the Allow evaluators to mark criteria as not applicable checkbox.

Create Rubric

Create Rubric

To save your rubric details and begin adding criterion, click the Create Rubric button.

Add Criterion Details

Add Criterion Details

After you save your rubric details, you will be automatically taken to the Criteria tab [1]. On the Criteria tab, you can define details for criterion, define levels of achievement, and add additional criterion. For each criterion, add a name [2], align learning outcomes [3], and set the passing level [4].

Define Levels of Achievement

Define Levels of Achievement

Portfolium will provide some default levels of achievement. You can edit the name of the level [1], add a description [2], define the points to award for each level [3], or delete a level of achievement [4].

Save Changes

Save Changes

To save your criterion details and levels of achievement, click the Save Changes button [1].

To view how the rubric will display to evaluators, click the Preview icon [2].

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