New Resources Features: Integrity Violation and Bulk Download
#announcements #instructors #new-features
SIMnet now supports the same style ofAcademic Integrity DetectionforResourcefiles as Project assignments. Academic Integrity Detection is available for Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access files from Microsoft Office 2013 or newer. With this feature instructors can determine if students are submitting their own file or another student’s; or if students have inserted portions of another student’s work into their own file.
To use the SIMnet Academic Integrity Detection for resource files, first upload your resource file to SIMnet from theCreateoption in theResourcessection. Academic integrity detection is only available forFiles, notLinks. When assigning the resource to a course there is a new section in theAssignment Detailspane for resources:
In theAssignment Preferences section, select theEnable Student Submissionscheck box to enable the Academic Integrity Detection options further down in the same section. Select theEnable Integrity Detection for the Start Fileto enable Academic Integrity Detection in your Resource file. If you would like to block students from uploading a file if they are submitting another student’s file or a file containing portions of another student’s work, leave theAllow Student Submissions with Integrity Violationcheck box blank. If you would like to allow students to submit a file with work that is not their own, check theAllow Student Submissions with Integrity Violationcheck box.
To view Resource submissions, click onResourceson the left menu and selectSubmissions. In theClassdrop-down menu select your class. You can view all submissions from this view or further filter by the individual resourceItemor by theFeedback Provided. This view now includes an additional column,Integrity Violation Status:
Files that only include the submitting students data are markedOK. Files that include data that does not belong to the student are marked with the Integrity Violation shield icon. Click on that icon to view theAcademic Integrity Violation Report. This report details where the data that does not belong to the submitting student originated.
Instructors may elect toSuppressan Integrity Violation. Clicking theSuppressbutton in theAcademic Integrity Violation Reportcauses the Integrity Violation icon in the Submissions section to become gray and theIntegrity Violationicon in the gradebook to be removed. Suppressed integrity violations can be flagged again at any time by viewing the violation report and clicking theFlagbutton.
Instructors can nowDownload All Submissionsfor resource files with the click of a button. In theSubmissionsview of theResourcessection, select the desired class. In the top right corner of theResultssection click theDownload All Submissionsbutton to download all of the submissions in the current view, including any appliedItemorFeedbackfilters.
TheBulk Download window guides instructors through downloading currently submitted resource files. To view each file organized in subfolders according to assignment and then student, select theNested (with folders)radio button and clickDownload Submissions. Files downloaded in this manner are named according to their attempt number, student ID, student name, and submission name.
To view each file all in a single folder, select theFlat (no folders)radio button and clickDownload Submissions. Files downloaded in this manner are named according to the item name, student name, student ID, attempt number and submission name.