• Bulk Enrollment

    Enrolling learners in a course is an essential step in preparing students for success! Students can be enrolled either through self-enrollment during the defined course enrollment period, or students can be enrolled by the instructors and staff members of a course. Course instructors and staff also have the ability to…

  • Student Batch Enrollment

    Enrolling learners in a course is an essential step in preparing students for success! Students can be enrolled either through self-enrollment during the defined course enrollment period, or students can be enrolled by the instructors and staff members of a course. Course instructors and staff also have the ability to…

  • Unenrolling Learners from a Course

    You can remove learners from a course by unenrolling them. To prevent learners from re-enrolling, course enrollment must also be closed.  To unenroll learners, you supply the email addresses of enrolled learners. Log in to EducateWorkforce with your instructor or staff account. Navigate to the course of interest. Select the…

  • Why can I not upload a file to my open response assessment (ORA)?

    If your ORA assignment requires or allows you to submit images or other types of files, you must complete the required Describe field. This is an option if below the response field you find two buttons: Browse or Choose File on one side of the page, and Upload File on the other side of the page. If these buttons are…

  • Submit a file with your ORA response

    If your ORA assignment requires or allows you to submit images or other types of files, you will find two buttons below the response field: Browse or Choose Files on one side of the page, and Upload File on the other side of the page. Upload files in your response: Below the responses field, select Choose Files. In the…

  • Submit your response

    Submitting your response is usually the first step in an Open Response Assessment (ORA) assignment. You must submit it before the due date listed next to Your Response. Submitting your response to an ORA Read each question carefully: Some course teams include important information in the question, such as how long a response must…

  • Grading open response assessments (ORAs)

    Open Response Assessments (ORAs) are assignments provided to the learners that require an original submission from the users, usually based on a prompt provided. These submissions are accepted in a few different formats from the user and can then be reviewed and graded. Grading is conducted by staff and instructors…

  • Overriding ORA grades for individual learners

    For any open response assessment, whether a staff member has already graded it, you can override a learner’s final grade for the assignment. When submitting an override, staff can expect the following results: The score that you give a learner in an override assessment overrides scores from any other assessment…

  • Viewing your ORA grade

    In open response assessments (ORAs), a staff member or instructor will be required to grade your submissions. This is signified by the Staff Grade step in the ORA and will be changed to Completed when a staff has finished grading your assignment. These are viewed by navigating to the ORA…

  • Steps in an open response assessment (ORA)

    Open response assessments can have several different steps, which will be listed in the order required for you to complete them. You will not be able to skip through steps, only as you complete steps will you be able to progress through the assessment. Upon submitting your response to the…