eRubric Assistant (free) is a free version of eRubric component of eRubric Assistant and eMarking Assistant (compare versions). It can be used with any version of Microsoft Word for either Windows or Macintosh (apart from Word 2008 for the Macintosh).
It lets you create automated marking rubrics containing your own assessment criteria (in rows) and performance standards (in columns). Clicking in a cell and pressing the F6 function key will highlight the cell, rescale and record the mark. F5 or F7 will vary the mark down or up and F8 will total the marks and convert it to percentage and grade. eRubric Assistant can be used at all educational levels and with electronic, paper based assessment or other assessed tasks e.g. practical task, performances or presentations (read more features).
Download the eRubric Assistant (free) document, save it to your computer and then open it in any version of Word and start saving time by using automated marking rubrics. Demonstration of using the eRubric and creating your own eRubric.
The free version of eRubric Assistant will "timeout" on August 1 2011 but you can download another version that will work for 6 months from this page (eRubrics that you have ccreated will continue to work in the new document). In addition to these eRubric tools, the eMarking Assistant ($USD20) package also allows you to create and use detailed reusable feedback comment banks, insert audio comments into assignments, highlight a phrase in the assignment and click a button to do a plagiarism search or to highlight easily confused phrases or words.
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Updated: April 3 2011
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