D2L - Student view of rubrics (UW-Madison)
Students have the ability to see dropbox rubric grids before submitting assignments, and can view assessed rubrics of all types. Instructors can also preview what rubrics look like to a student.
How a rubric is viewed will depend on the way that the instructor created the rubric (see Attaching a rubric to an assignment or grade). Students will not be able to view rubrics that have been attached to quizzes or discussions. However, there are three locations where a student could see a rubric:
The full rubric grid is visible to students on the dropbox submission screen.
To see what a dropbox rubric looks like to a student, use the "role switch" widget on your course home page as described in Viewing a Course as a Student.
Students view rubrics in the Gradebook via the "Assessment details" link, which will only appear if the rubric has been added to the grade item:
To see what a rubric looks like to an individual student, preview a student's gradebook as described in in Viewing a Course as a Student.
The rubrics tool can also be added to the navbar. Students will see all rubrics, but can only preview published rubrics.