In bCourses, you can weight final grades based on assignment groups. Within each assignment group, a percentage is calculated by dividing the total points a student has earned by the total points possible for all assignments in that group.
When creating an assignment, you can require students to complete a peer review of another student’s work. A peer review assignment enables students to provide feedback on another student’s assignment submission and allows communication that can help students master the concepts of a course and learn from each other. Peer reviews can be assigned to show student names or display anonymously.
Question banks are a place to house questions that can be added to quizzes across courses or accounts. With the use of question banks, you can create a question group to randomize questions displayed to individual students taking the same quiz.
In the video to the left, you will learn how to create and use question banks in your course.
Below are links to guides that detail some of the topics covered in the video above:
You can use posting policies in the Gradebook to manage assignment grade visibility for students. Posted grades are visible to students in your course. Hidden grades are visible to you in the course gradebook, but students cannot see them.