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Instructors can print assessments and managed assessments from their courses. Printing allows instructors to better support students who need accommodations and gives them more flexibility to administer assessments.
Print an Assessment from a Course
Assessments and managed assessments can be printed from within a course by opening the assessment.
- Click Actions in the top right corner.
- Select Print Assessment from the drop-down menu.
- From the Print Format Options modal, select the layout of the assessment and choose whether to print an answer key. These settings must be selected every time an assessment is printed.
- Click Confirm to open a new tab with a preview of the printable assessment. From there, instructors can use their browser settings to print, save as a PDF, or take screenshots.
What information is included in the printed assessment?
The following information appears on the printed assessment:
- The name of the course.
- The name of the instructor.
- The name of the assessment.
- The instructions for the assessment.
- A blank to write the date.
- A blank field to write the student's name and/or ID info.
- A total score box with the total possible points for the assessment and space to enter the student's score for the entire assessment.
- Each question prompt and response options.
- The possible points for each question and a space to enter a question-level score.
Click the attachment at the bottom of this article to download a sample PDF of a printed assessment.
Answer Keys for Printed Assessments
Answer Keys can be optionally printed with an assessment. The answer key is based on the primary Correct Answer Setup for each question. Additional tabs of the Correct Answer Setup for a question can be viewed by logging into Schoology and opening the question setup.
Entering Data from a Printed Assessment
Once a student has taken a printed assessment, you can decide how to enter the student’s grades back into Schoology. You have the following options:
- Grade the paper test manually and enter the overall grade into Schoology as an override, either from the Attempts tab of the Assessment or directly into the Gradebook.
- Grade the paper test manually and enter the score for each question into Schoology as an override.
- Any combination of the above.