For some assignments in Blackboard, some instructors may include links to rubrics. A rubric is a tool that lists evaluation criteria for an assignment. Instructors may use rubrics to help explain assignment evaluations to students.
You may not be able to view a rubric using a mobile device; use a computer with a recommended browser.
When you are starting to work on an assignment, if your instructor is using a rubric and has made it available, click the View Rubric button to view grading criteria.
A rubric usually looks like a grid. Rubrics can help students plan and organize their efforts to meet the requirements of the assignment. Be sure to read and follow all assignment instructions carefully.
After you have completed and submitted the assignment, your instructor may also provide feedback using a rubric in your grades in Blackboard.
The rubric will not appear right on your my grades page. The link to the rubric feedback may be completely hidden from your view until you hover over/mouse over the name of the item, or you may need to click on a small icon or link.
There are several ways to access a graded rubric with important comments and feedback from your instructor:
The rubric will appear in a new window, so make sure your browser is set to allow popups. You may not be able to view a graded rubric using a mobile device; use a computer and recommended browser.
If you have any questions about the rubric or an assignment, contact your instructor.