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Homework, Online Quizzes, and Assignments

These features are only available if your school has the Interactive Classroom add-on module for Edline.

Teachers and other district or school officials may create self-graded quizzes and homework dropboxes. Students submit essays and other projects to the dropboxes and the quizzes can be completed online directly through Edline. These interactive activities are typically made available to students in a particular class. The name of the assignment will be available as a link on the class webpage. The quizzes are self-graded and the scores are entered automatically in both Grade Quick Web and Easy Grade Pro Web gradebooks.

Many schools save money on printing costs by using Edline online homework, quizzes, and other assignments.

How to Add Homework Assignments

Blackboard recommends that you add homework assignments through the Assignments folder available in the Contents section from your class page. The homework is added as an attachment.

Watch a Tutorial

Adding a Homework Assignment

Adding a Homework Drop Box for Students

  1. While in the Assignments area, click Edit This Page from the Edline menu bar to access the edit mode.
  2. Hover over the section where you want to add the assignment, and click the Add an item to this box File:en-us/Edline/030_Teacher/050_My_Class_Page_Content/100_Homework_Online_Quizzes_and_Assignments/addicon.jpg icon to access the Add Item Type pallet.
  3. Select Homework Hand-In to access the Homework Hand-In page.
  4. Type the name of the assignment in the Title box.

    This title will appear on the website.

  5. Type a brief summary for the assignment in the Summary box.
  6. Type or select the date for the assignment in the Calendar Date box.

    This option also adds the homework to the calendar for your students to see.

  7. To add the homework to more than one class, determine which classes to add the homework assignment to from the Multiple Posting area.

    This feature enables teachers who teach the same course to more than one class to create the assignment only once and post it in one step to all the classes they teach:

    • Select the groups to view the assignment from the Available Groups box in the Multiple Posting area.
    • Click Add.

      To remove a group from viewing the assignment, click the group name in the Additional Posted Groups box and click Remove.

  8. To add the homework attachment:
    • Click Build My Homework Hand-In in the Setup area to access the Homework Hand-In Builder page.
    • Type the directions for the homework in the Instructions section.
    • Type the number of points toward the student’s grade for the assignment in the Points box.
    • Click Attach a Handout.
    • Click Browse to search for the file, and then click Attach File.
    • Type a summary of the file in the Description of this handout box.

      To add more attachments, click Attach another Handout.

  9. Determine whether or not students can review the homework after submitting it, and whether or not the responses can be anonymous from the Setup area by completing one of the following steps:
    • Select Yes - View and Edit from the Users can access their work after submission box to allow students to view the homework and make any changes they want after submitting it.
    • Select Yes - View Only from the Users can access their work after submission box to allow students to view the homework after submitting it, but not allow them to make any changes.
    • Select No from the Users can access their work after submission box to not allow the student to view the homework after submitting it.
  10. Determine whether or not to display any grading or feedback information to students from the Display grading and feedback to users box.
    • Select Yes to display feedback to the students after they submit the assignment. Students must be able to view the assignment after submission to review the feedback or grades.
    • Select No to not display the grading feedback online.
    • Determine whether or not to synchronize the grades with your Edline gradebook software (GradeQuick Web or Easy Grade Pro Web) from the Sync with gradebook box.
    • Select Yes to synchronize the grade on the assignment to the gradebook. Setting this option to Yes will cause the grade for any submitted document to be entered into the gradebook when the gradebooks are opened. The column will be created automatically before any grades are uploaded and it will be locked, so the teacher will not be able to manually alter grades in the gradebook for this item.
    • If the teacher needs to enter a grade manually, such as when a student is exempted or a grade is adjusted, change Sync with gradebook to No. This setting is generally done after submissions are turned off and the last of the submitted responses have been uploaded to the gradebook. Once the sync function is turned off, the column is unlocked and the teacher may alter grades or enter codes. It is advisable not to turn the sync function back on.
  11. Determine whether or not to receive notifications when a homework hand-in has been completed by selecting one of the following options from the Administrator email notification when responses are submitted box.

    This feature is only available if it has been turned on for your district/school. Contact your Edline administrator (super user) for more information on the district/school policy setting.

    • Do not send an email notification — to not send out emails after the homework has been completed.
    • Send an email notification but do not include the response — to send out emails but no details when the homework has been completed. Emails will include a link to the individual’s response and a link to the View Responses page.
    • Enter the list of email address to receive the notifications. When notifications are sent, they are emailed to the creator of the homework and any emails listed in this field.
  12. Determine whether or not the responses will be anonymous from the Responses are anonymous box.
    • Select Yes to allow the student to submit the homework anonymously.
    • Select No to include the student’s name on the homework.
  13. Mark the homework hand-in as ready for submission. Before an assignment is available to users, you must make the assignment available for submissions. This feature enables you to continue building the homework until it is ready for use.

    You cannot change a homework assignment once students have submitted their responses.

    • From the Homework Hand-In page, select In all locations from the Responses area to set the assignment as ready in all classes. Clear this option if you want the assignment to be available for the current class only.
    • Click Allow In Submissions to mark the assignment as available.
  14. Click Save and Return.

If you need to make changes to the assignment and no user has submitted their responses, click Prevent Homework Hand-In Submissions.

How to Add Quizzes to Your Class

Teachers are highly encouraged to add quizzes through the Assignments or Tests folder available in the Contents section from your teacher (class) page.

Watch a Tutorial

Adding an Online Quiz or Assignment

  1. While in the Assignments or Tests section, click Edit This Page from the Edline menu bar to access the edit mode.
  2. Hover over the section where you want to add the quiz, and click the Add an item to this box File:en-us/Edline/030_Teacher/050_My_Class_Page_Content/100_Homework_Online_Quizzes_and_Assignments/addicon.jpg icon to access the Add Item Type pallet.
  3. Select Quiz to access the Create Quiz page.
  4. Type the name of the quiz in the Quiz Title box.

    This title will appear on the website.

  5. Type a brief summary for the quiz in the Quiz Summary box.
  6. Type or select the date for the quiz in the Calendar Date box.

    This option sets the quiz as a calendar event.

  7. Determine which classes to add the quiz to from the Multiple Posting area.

    This feature enables teachers who teach the same course to more than one class to create the quiz only once and post it in one step to all the classes they teach.

    • Select the classes to view the quiz from the Available Groups box.
    • Click Add.

      To remove a class from viewing the quiz, click the group name in the Additional Posted Groups box and click Remove.

  8. To add content to the quiz, click Build My Quiz in the Setup area to access the Quiz Builder page.

    This section teaches you how to create different sections for your quiz.

    • Select the font type for the quiz from the Default Font box.
    • Select the font size for the quiz from the Size box.
    • Type the grading points for each question in the Default Points per Question box and click Update.

    To import questions from a quiz available in another file:

    Watch a Tutorial

    Configuring an Existing Quiz for Edline

    • Click Import questions to access the Import Questions page.

      To import questions to Edline, they will need to be formatted correctly. You will only be able to import multiple choice and short answer questions. Do not import any instructions. The text must be formatted as the previous picture, where the number of the question is followed by a period or parenthesis; a return is added after each question; and the correct answer to a multiple choice question has an asterisk (*) typed in front.

    • Paste the questions in the Import Questions area.
    • Click Validate Questions to check the format of the questions.
    • Click Done.

    To add instructions for users:

    • From the Quiz Builder page, select Plain Text (e.g. instructions to users) from the Add Item box.
    • Click Add Now for the Question Builder page.
    • Type the instructions for the user to follow as directions of the quiz in the Text area.
    • Click Save and Return.

      The Quiz Builder page includes the Preview, Edit, Delete, and Clone buttons. Use these features to review the quiz, change the question, delete the question, or copy the question.

    To create multiple choice questions:

    • From the Quiz Builder page, select Multiple Choice (only one pick allowed) or Multiple Choice (multiple picks allowed) from the Add Item box.
    • Click Add Now for the Question Builder page.
    • Type the question for the quiz in the Question Text area.
    • Type the response choices in the Choice boxes.
    • Select the response that is correct in the Correct? box.

      To add more responses, click Add More Choices for additional boxes.

    • Type the grade points for the question in the Points box.
    • Determine whether or not the user must respond to the question.

      Select Yes in the Required Field? to mark the question as required. The user will not be able to submit the quiz until the question has been answered.

      Select No in the Required Field? if the question is not required.

    • If the user can select multiple choices, type the maximum number in the Maximum Number of Selections by User box.
    • Type a name for the question in the Short Field Label box.

      It is useful to change each Short Field Label to something that corresponds to the question on the quiz. This label will make it easier when reviewing data that has been exported for a quiz.

    • Click Save and Return.

    To create Yes/No questions:

    • From the Quiz Builder page, select Yes or No from the Add Item box.
    • Click Add Now for the Question Builder page.
    • Type the question for the quiz in the Question Text area.
    • Select the response that is correct in the Correct? box.
    • Type the grade points for the question in the Points box.
    • Determine whether or not the user must respond to the question.
      Select Yes in the Required Field? to mark the question as required. The user will not be able to submit the quiz until the question has been answered.
      Select No in the Required Field? if the question is not required.
    • Type a name for the question in the Short Field Label box.
    • Click Save and Return.

    To create True/False questions:

    • From the Quiz Builder page, select True or False from the Add Item box.
    • Click Add Now for the Question Builder page.
    • Type the question for the quiz in the Question Text area.
    • Select the response that is correct in the Correct? box.
    • Type the grade points for the question in the Points box.
    • Determine whether or not the user must respond to the question.
      Select Yes in the Required Field? to mark the question as required. The user will not be able to submit the quiz/assignment until the question has been answered.
      Select No in the Required Field? if the question is not required.
    • Type a name for the question in the Short Field Label box.
    • Click Save and Return.

    To create text response (essay) questions:

    • From the Quiz Builder page, select Short Typed Answer (one line of text) or Paragraph Answer (multiple lines of text) from the Add Item field.
    • Click Add Now for the Question Builder page.
    • Type the question for the quiz in the Question Text area.
    • Type the correct responses in the Correct Answer boxes.
    • Type the grade points for the question in the Points box.
    • Determine whether or not the user must respond to the question.
      Select Yes in the Required Field? to mark the question as required. The user will not be able to submit the quiz until the question has been answered.
      Select No in the Required Field? if the question is not required.
    • For a short text answer, type the maximum number of characters allowed for the response in the Maximum Characters box. Type the maximum width for the question in the Field Width box.
    • For a paragraph text answer, type the maximum number or rows allowed for the response in the Number of Rows box.
    • Type a name for the question in the Short Field Label box.
    • Click Save and Return.

    To create selection choice (drop-down list) questions:

    • From the Quiz Builder page, select Dropdown List (pick one) from the Add Item box.
    • Click Add Now for the Question Builder page.
    • Type the question for the quiz in the Question Text area.
    • Type the response choices in the Choice boxes.

      To add more responses, click Add More Choices for additional boxes.

    • Select the response that is correct in the Correct? box.
    • Type the grade points for the question in the Points box.
    • Determine whether or not the user must respond to the question.
      Select Yes in the Required Field? to mark the question as required. The user will not be able to submit the quiz until the question has been answered.
      Select No in the Required Field? if the question is not required.
    • Type a name for the question in the Short Field Label box.
    • Click Save and Return.

    To create hand-in attachment:

    You can create a field in the quiz where the user can upload an attachment to include in the quiz. As a result, you can have users upload additional responses, or copies of important documents.

    • From the Quiz Builder page, select Hand-In (file attachment handed in by the submitter) from the Add Item box.
    • Click Add Now for the Question Builder page.
    • Type the question or instructions for the quiz in the Question Text area.
    • Type the grade points for the question in the Points box.
    • Determine whether or not the user must respond to the question.
      Select Yes in the Required Field? to mark the question as required. The user will not be able to submit the quiz until the hand-in has been attached.
      Select No in the Required Field? if the hand-in is not required.
    • Type a name for the question in the Short Field Label box.
    • Click Save and Return.

    To create hand-out attachment:

    You can create a field in the quiz where the user can download an attachment you created for the quiz. As a result, you can attach additional documents for the user to save or fill-out in addition to the quiz.

    • From the Quiz Builder page, select Hand-Out (file attachment handed out by you) from the Add Item box.
    • Click Add Now for the Question Builder page.
    • Type the question for the quiz in the Text area.
    • Click Browse to search for the location of the attachment, and then click Attach File.
    • Click Save and Return.

      To preview a sample of the quiz, click Try Quiz. You will be able to test the quiz before sending out to users.

  9. From the Manage Quiz page, select whether or not the student can access the assignment after the submission from the Setup area by completing one of the following steps:
    • Select No from the Users can access their work after submission box to not allow the student to view the quiz after submitting it.
    • Select Yes - View Only from the Users can access their work after submission box to allow students to view the quiz after submitting it, but not allow them to make any changes.
    • Select Yes - View and Edit from the Users can access their work after submission box to allow students to view the quiz and make any changes they want after submitting it.
  10. Determine whether or not to display any grading or feedback information to students from the Display grading and feedback to users box.
    • Select Yes to display feedback to the students after they submit the quiz. Students must be able to view the quiz after submission to review the feedback or grades.
    • Select No to not display the grading feedback online.
    • Determine whether or not to synchronize the grades with your Edline gradebook software (GradeQuick Web or Easy Grade Pro Web) from the Sync with gradebook box.

      Select Yes to synchronize the grade on the assignment to the gradebook. Setting this option to Yes will cause the grade for any submitted document to be entered into the gradebook when the gradebooks are opened. The column will be created automatically before any grades are uploaded and it will be locked, so the teacher will not be able to manually alter grades in the gradebook for this item.

      If the teacher needs to enter a grade manually, such as when a student is exempted or a grade is adjusted, change Sync with gradebook to No. This setting is generally done after submissions are turned off and the last of the submitted responses have been uploaded to the gradebook. Once the sync function is turned off, the column is unlocked and the teacher may alter grades or enter codes. It is advisable not to turn the sync function back on.

  11. Determine whether or not to receive notifications when an online quiz has been completed by selecting one of the following options from the Administrator email notification when responses are submitted box.

    This feature is only available if it has been turned on for your district/school. Contact your Edline administrator (super user) for more information on the district/school policy setting.

    • Do not send an email notification — to not send out emails after the quiz has been completed.
    • Send an email notification but do not include the response — to send out emails but no details when the quiz has been completed. Emails will include a link to the individual’s response and a link to the View Responses page.
    • Send an email notification and include the response — to send out emails with the text of the response in the email. Emails will include a link to the individual’s response and a link to the View Responses page.
    • Enter the list of email address to receive the notifications. When notifications are sent, they are emailed to the creator of the quiz and any emails listed in this field.
  12. Determine whether or not the responses will be anonymous from the Responses are anonymous box.
    • Select Yes to allow the students to submit the quizzes anonymously.
    • Select No to include the student’s name on the quiz.
  13. Mark the quiz as ready for submission. Before an quiz is available to users, you must make the quiz available for submissions. This feature enables you to continue building the quiz until it is ready for use.
    • From the Manage Quiz page, select In all locations from the Responses area to set the quiz as ready in all classes. Clear this field if you want the quiz to be available for the current group only.
    • Click Allow Quiz Submissions to mark the quiz as available.
  14. Click Save and Return.

    If you need to make changes to the quiz and no user has submitted their responses, click Prevent Quiz Submissions.

How Add Interactive Assignments to Your Website

Blackboard recommends that you add interactive assignments through the Assignments or Tests folder available in the Contents section from your teacher (class) page.

Watch a Tutorial

Adding an Online Quiz or Assignment

  1. While in the Assignments or Tests section, click Edit This Page from the Edline menu bar to access the edit mode.
  2. Hover over the section where you want to add the assignment, and click the Add an item to this box File:en-us/Edline/030_Teacher/050_My_Class_Page_Content/100_Homework_Online_Quizzes_and_Assignments/addicon.jpg icon to access the Add Item Type pallet.
  3. Select Interactive Assignment to access the Interactive Assignment page.
  4. Type the name of the assignment in the Title box.

    This title will appear on the website.

  5. Type a brief summary for the interactive assignment in the Summary box.
  6. Type or select the date for the interactive assignment in the Calendar Date box.

    This option sets the assignment as a calendar event.

  7. Determine which classes to add the assignment to from the Multiple Posting area.

    This feature enables teachers who teach the same course to more than one class to create the assignment only once and post it in one step to all the classes they teach.

    • From the Interactive Assignment page, select the classes to view the assignment from the Available Groups box.
    • Click Add.

      To remove a class from viewing the assignment, click the group name in the Additional Posted Groups box and click Remove.

  8. To add content to the interactive assignment, click Build My Interactive Assignment in the Setup area to access the Interactive Assignment Builder page.

    You can add different types of questions or fill-in-the-blank information for your assignment. This section teaches you how to create different sections for your assignment.

    • Select the font type for the assignment from the Default Font box.
    • Select the font size for the assignment from the Size box.
    • Type the grading points for each question in the Default Points per Question box.
    • Click Update.

    To import questions from an assignment available in another file:

    Watch a Tutorial

    Configuring an Existing Quiz for Edline

    • Click Import questions to access the Import Questions page.

      To import questions to Edline, they will need to be formatted correctly. You will only be able to import multiple choice and short answer questions. Do not import any instructions. The text must be formatted as the previous picture, where the number of the question is followed by a period or parenthesis; a return is added after each question; and the correct answer to a multiple choice question has an asterisk (*) typed in front.

    • Paste the questions in the Import Questions area.
    • Click Validate Questions to check the format of the questions.
    • Click Done.

    To add instructions for users:

    • From the Interactive Assignment Builder page, select Plain Text (e.g. instructions to users) from the Add Item box.
    • Click Add Now for the Question Builder page.
    • Type the instructions for the user to follow as directions of the assignment in the Text area.
    • Click Save and Return.

      The Interactive Assignment Builder page includes the Preview, Edit, Delete, and Clone buttons. Use these features to review the assignment, change the question, delete the question, or copy the question.

    To create multiple choice questions:

    • From the Interactive Assignment Builder page, select Multiple Choice (only one pick allowed) or Multiple Choice (multiple picks allowed) from the Add Item box.
    • Click Add Now for the Question Builder page.
    • Type the question for the assignment in the Question Text area.
    • Type the response choices in the Choice boxes.
    • Select the response that is correct in the Correct? box.

      To add more responses, click Add More Choices for additional options.

    • Type the grade points for the question in the Points box.
    • Determine whether or not the user must respond to the question.
      Select Yes in the Required Field? to mark the question as required. The user will not be able to submit the assignment until the question has been answered.
      Select No in the Required Field? if the question is not required.
    • If the user can select multiple choices, type the maximum number in the Maximum Number of Selections by User/span> box.
    • Type a name for the question in the Short Field Label box.

      It is useful to change each Short Field Label to something that corresponds to the question on the assignment. This label will make it easier when reviewing data that has been exported for an assignment.

    • Click Save and Return.

    To create Yes/No questions:

    • From the Interactive Assignment Builder page, select Yes or No from the Add Item box.
    • Click Add Now for the Question Builder page.
    • Type the question for the assignment in the Question Text area.
    • Select the response that is correct in the Correct? box.
    • Type the grade points for the question in the Points box.
    • Determine whether or not the user must respond to the question.

      Select Yes in the Required Field? to mark the question as required. The user will not be able to submit the assignment until the question has been answered.

      Select No in the Required Field? if the question is not required.

    • Type a name for the question in the Short Field Label box.
    • Click Save and Return.

    To create True/False questions:

    • From the Interactive Assignment Builder page, select True or False from the Add Item box.
    • Click Add Now for the Question Builder page.
    • Type the question for the assignment in the Question Text area.
    • Select the response that is correct in the Correct? box.
    • Type the grade points for the question in the Points box.
    • Determine whether or not the user must respond to the question.

      Select Yes in the Required Field? to mark the question as required. The user will not be able to submit the assignment until the question has been answered.

      Select No in the Required Field? if the question is not required.

    • Type a name for the question in the Short Field Label box.
    • Click Save and Return.

    To create text response (essay) questions:

    You can create questions with text responses for your assignment. There are two types of text questions you can design — where the user types a one line answer, or where the user can type a longer text response.

    • From the Interactive Assignment Builder page, select Short Typed Answer (one line of text) or Paragraph Answer (multiple lines of text) from Add Item box.
    • Click Add Now for the Question Builder page.
    • Type the question for the assignment in the Question Text area.
    • Type the correct responses in the Correct Answer boxes.
    • Type the grade points for the question in the Points box.
    • Determine whether or not the user must respond to the question.

      Select Yes in the Required Field? to mark the question as required. The user will not be able to submit the assignment until the question has been answered.

      Select No in the Required Field? if the question is not required.

    • For a short text answer, type the maximum number of characters allowed for the response in the Maximum Characters box. Type the maximum width for the question in the Field Width box.
    • For a paragraph text answer, type the maximum number or rows allowed for the response in the Number of Rows box.
    • Type a name for the question in the Short Field Label box.
    • Click Save and Return.

    To create selection choice (drop-down list) questions:

    • From the Interactive Assignment Builder page, select Dropdown List (pick one) from the Add Item box.
    • Click Add Now for the Question Builder page.
    • Type the question for the assignment in the Question Text area.
    • Type the response choices in the Choice boxes.

      To add more responses, click Add More Choices for additional boxes.

    • Select the response that is correct in the Correct? box.
    • Type the grade points for the question in the Points box.
    • Determine whether or not the user must respond to the question.

      Select Yes in the Required Field? to mark the question as required. The user will not be able to submit the assignment until the question has been answered.

      Select No in the Required Field? if the question is not required.

    • Type a name for the question in the Short Field Label box.
    • Click Save and Return.

    To create hand-in attachments:

    You can create a field in the assignment where the user can upload an attachment to include in the assignment. As a result, you can have users upload additional responses, or copies of important documents.

    • From the Interactive Assignment Builder page, select Hand-In (file attachment handed in by the submitter) from the Add Item box.
    • Click Add Now for the Question Builder page.
    • Type the question or instructions for the assignment in the Question Text area.
    • Type the grade points for the question in the Points field.
    • Determine whether or not the user must respond to the question.

      Select Yes in the Required Field? to mark the question as required. The user will not be able to submit the assignment until the hand-in has been attached.

      Select No in the Required Field? if the hand-in is not required.

    • Type a name for the question in the Short Field Label box.
    • Click Save and Return.

    To create hand-out attachments:

    You can create a field in the assignment where the user can download an attachment you created for the assignment. As a result, you can attach additional documents for the user to save or fill-out in addition to the assignment.

    • From the Interactive Assignment Builder page, select Hand-Out (file attachment handed out by you) from the Add Item box.
    • Click Add Now for the Question Builder page.
    • Type the question for the assignment in the Text area.
    • Click Browse to search for the location of the attachment, and then click Attach File.
    • Click Save and Return.
  9. From the Interactive Assignment page, select whether or not the student can access the assignment after the submission from the Setup area by completing one of the following steps:
    • Select No from the Users can access their work after submission box to not allow the student to view the assignment after submitting it.
    • Select Yes - View Only from the Users can access their work after submission box to allow students to view the assignment after submitting it, but not allow them to make any changes.
    • Select Yes - View and Edit from the Users can access their work after submission box to allow students to view the assignment and make any changes they want after submitting it.
  10. Determine whether or not to display any grading or feedback information to students from the Display grading and feedback to users box.
    • Select Yes to display feedback to the students when they submit the assignment. Students must be able to view the assignment after submission to review the feedback or grades.
    • Select No to not display the grading feedback online.
  11. Determine whether or not to synchronize the grades with your Edline gradebook software (GradeQuick Web or Easy Grade Pro Web) from the Sync with gradebook box.
    • Select Yes to synchronize the grade on the assignment to the gradebook. Setting this option to Yes will cause the grade for any submitted document to be entered into the gradebook when the gradebooks are opened. The column will be created automatically before any grades are uploaded and it will be locked, so the teacher will not be able to manually alter grades in the gradebook for this item.
    • If the teacher needs to enter a grade manually, such as when a student is exempted or a grade is adjusted, change Sync with gradebook to No. This setting is generally done after submissions are turned off and the last of the submitted responses have been uploaded to the gradebook. Once the sync function is turned off, the column is unlocked and the teacher may alter grades or enter codes. It is advisable not to turn the sync function back on.
  12. Determine whether or not to receive notifications when an assignment has been completed by selecting one of the following options from the Administrator email notification when responses are submitted box.

    This feature is only available if it has been turned on for your district/school. Contact your Edline administrator (super user) for more information on the district/school policy setting.

    • Do not send an email notification — to not send out emails after the assignment has been completed.
    • Send an email notification but do not include the response — to send out emails but no details when the assignment has been completed. Emails will include a link to the individual’s response and a link to the View Responses page.
    • Send an email notification and include the response — to send out emails with the text of the response in the email. Emails will include a link to the individual’s response and a link to the View Responses page.
    • Enter the list of email address to receive the notifications. When notifications are sent, they are emailed to the creator of the interactive assignment, and any emails listed in this field.
  13. Determine whether or not the responses will be anonymous from the Responses are anonymous box.
    • Select Yes to allow the student to submit the assignment anonymously.
    • Select No to include the student’s name on the assignment.
  14. Mark the assignment as ready for submission.

    Before an assignment is available to users, you must mark the assignment as available for submissions. This feature enables you to continue building the interactive assignment until it is ready for use.

    • From the Interactive Assignment page, select In all locations from the Responses area to set the assignment as ready in all classes. Clear this option if you want the assignment to be available for the current group only.
    • Click Allow Interactive Assignment Submissions to mark the assignment as available.
  15. Click Save and Return.

    If you need to make changes to the assignment and no user has submitted their responses, click Prevent Interactive Assignment Submissions.