Adding a course in the course library

A faculty or an administrator creates a course in the course library and assignments under that course on EDU Platform

Logged in, go to Courses under Library and click on New Course. Enter the required course details.

Once the course is created in the library, the next step is to add assignments to that course. Click on "Create a new assignment" link on the Assignments screen

Enter the required assignment details and click on "Create Assignment"

Faculty claims the course from the course library

As a Faculty member you will be able to claim the course by clicking “Assessment Library” > "Courses". When you find your course, click the "Actions" dropdown in the right column and then click "Claim Course."

Enter the course details for your claimed course: Select a Year, Term, Section and whether this is a Single Assessor or Multiple Assessor course.

Faculty sets up the same course and LTI assignments on 

After your LMS administrator sets up the Portfolium LTI application, You will then have access to create new assignments. 

1. Logged in, go to a course.

2. Click on the “Content” menu.

3. Add a new Assignment by clicking on the “Assessments” menu and click on the Portfolium LTI link.

The “Create Portfolium LTI” form loads, fill out the following required settings

  • Name: Name of assignment. 
  • Enable Evaluation: YES -  
  • Points Possible:  numerical value this assignment would be scored against.
  • Click on the “Submit” button.

Click on the assignment.

Linking the LMS Assignment to EDU Platform

When you click on an LTI assignment in the LMS, the application, auto-logs in to the Portfolium  EDU Platform*. *If you are new to the EDU Platform, you will be taken through the on-boarding flow, to establish your account.. After your account is created, you will be taken to the  assignment setup page. 

You will first be prompted to link to your course.
You'll see : 1. Link to a course (and a list of those courses you can link to)

Once linked to the course, you will see 2. Link assignment to your course (and a list of those assignments in that course you can link to)

Once linked, you'll be taken into the Edu Platform and can publish the assignment or make any edits you prefer. Once the assignment is published, students will be able to view it.

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