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  1. Sakai
  2. SAK-42415

Allow items with different weights within a weighted category in Gradebook

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    • Type: Feature Request
    • Status: Awaiting Review
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: Gradebook
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      Description

      I am splitting issue SAK-33089 into two separate, related issues, since there seems to be a lack of consensus on how these two aspects of weighting can or should be accomplished within Gradebook. 

      This Jira deals with the issue of having differently weighted items within a weighted category. Currently, this can be done by placing items with different point values in the same category. The items with a greater number of points have a greater weight in the category average calculation. However, instructors may sometimes need to assign different weights to items that are worth the same point value within a category. 

      If this feature is added, it would allow instructors to modify the weight of items within a weighted category, regardless of the item point value. 

      Since items are weighted differently, the ability to drop/keep the lowest/highest score within a given category would be disabled for that category. 

      See attached mockups for one way this option might be added to the UI. (Note: If both this feature and the "equally weighted" feature described in SAK-42414 are added, the equal weighting option could simply be the default setting for weighted items within a category, and the check box to indicate equal weighting would not be needed.)

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                • Assignee:
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                  Reporter:
                  wilma@longsight.com Wilma Hodges
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