Using point ranges in Rubrics, the ranges are pre-defined.

Blackboard Support says:

1) If the range(highest-lowest) is less than OR equal to 1: The increments will be divided by 10.

3) It looks like, for WHOLE numbers, that if the range is greater than 1: It will increase by 1's. For a point range of 2 to 7, there will be 6 options, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7.

Our request is either

- Make it possible for instructors to decide the number of values in the drop-down. Example: Instructor wants 4 specific options (instead of 9), and wants to define what each value would be (through an input field).
- Always use the same number of divisions for ALL value ranges possibilities (say, 4), instead of the pre-determined ones listed above.

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Chris Bray,

I just recently had one of our technologists ask why the rubrics point ranges varied like this.

Thanks much for posting this as an idea since I think it will be quite helpful.

Cheers,

Toni P.