# D2L Submission Folder Setup with a Rubric

This tutorial demonstrates how to set up a Submission folder with commenting capabilities and with as associated rubric for assessment.

This tutorial demonstrates how to set up a Submission folder with commenting capabilities and with an associated rubric for assessment. The rubric will be tied to the Grades module so that the rubric-based assessment is automatically translated to an associated grade.

## New Folder in Submissions with Annotation Tools

• Navigate to Submissions > New Folder

• A: Give a name to the folder. e.g. Lab 1.
• Select a Grade Item from the dropdown list. You can add New Grade Item, if needed.
• Click Add Rubric button and select a rubric from the list. If you don’t see a rubric, you need to import one.

• Make sure that Annotation Tools is checked. This is very important if you want to open the files submitted (without downloading) and give feedback.

## Importing a Rubric

### Method 1: Copying from my Course

You may import rubrics like any other components in D2L. I will be posting rubrics for SQ20-CHE 133 and SQ20-CHE 135 this quarter. To import a rubric:

• Go to Course Administration > Import Components
• Select Search for offering
• Type CHE_135_901_1050 in the search box to import a rubric for CHE 135
• Type CHE_133_303_1050 in the search box to import a rubric for CHE 133

• Select Components and then check Rubrics to import.
• Wait for copying and done!

### Method 2: Importing as an External ZIP File

This method is for those who cannot import from my course. Originally, I did not think this would be a problem but I was notified that it was not possible to import a component from my course unless you were enrolled as a TA or instructor.

• First, grab the rubric file as a ZIP from the shared Box folder.
• In this folder, navigate to Online Rubrics to Import D2L folder.
• Any of these files must be imported to D2L as a ZIP file. So, don’t unzip. Naming convention:
• e.g. SQ20-CHE133-lab-1-online-rubric-to-import-as-ZIP-file.zip
• e.g. SQ20-CHE135-lab-1-online-rubric-to-import-as-ZIP-file.zip
• On D2L, go to Course Administration > Import Components > Import Components (again as submenu) and select and upload the ZIP file you grabbed.
• Wait for copying and done!

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