Granting an extension to Portfolios

Case I: If the student has submitted and any assessment has been saved but not submitted (portfolio status is “Assessment Pending”)

  • An assessor will grant an extension
  • The student will not need to recall the binder. The action of granting an extension will reopen the item for the student
  • Within the “Portfolios” tab, the assessor will follow this click path:
    1. Click “Portfolios,” then click the sublevel “Portfolios,” then click “Portfolio Assessments"      mceclip0.png
    2. Click the name of the appropriate student
    3. In the right-hand pane, click the second tab titled “Extensions”
    4. Click the “Edit Due Date” button on the right-hand side of the window **
    5. Input a new due date, click the “Update” bottom at the bottom of the page and the portfolio will be returned to the student

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**If multiple assessors are assigned to this assignment, only one assessor needs to edit the due date in order for the assignment to be returned to the student for editing. Please note, however, that only the evaluation of the assessor who edited the due dates is affected; that assessor may need to resubmit their evaluation. Evaluations of assessors who did not edit the due date are unaffected and will remain saved/submitted.

 

Case II: If the student has submitted and the assessment has been submitted (portfolio status is “Assessment Complete”)

  • The assessor must revoke the assessment.
  • The assessor must also grant an extension which would push the binder back to the student.
  • Within the “Portfolios” tab, the assessor will follow this click path:
    1. In the side menu click “Portfolios,” then click the sublevel “Portfolios,” then click “Portfolio Assessments”
    2. Click the name of the appropriate student
    3. Click the “Revoke” button, located in the upper right-hand corner Portfolio_Revoke.jpg
    4. The Assessment window will open in the right-hand pane. Click the second tab titled “Extensions”
    5. Select the “Edit Due Date” button on the right-hand side of the window**
    6. Input a new due date, click the “Update” bottom at the bottom of the page and the portfolio will be returned to the student

  Portfolios2.jpg

**If multiple assessors are assigned to this assignment, only one assessor needs to edit the due date in order for the assignment to be returned to the student for editing. Please note, however, that only the evaluation of the assessor who edited the due dates is affected; that assessor may need to resubmit their evaluation. Evaluations of assessors who did not edit the due date are unaffected and will remain saved/submitted.

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