Rubrics assessment platform to launch in January

ExamSoft today announced a new rubrics assessment platform available for the 2014 Spring Semester. The new solution, which is currently in limited release to clients, is a tool for capturing assessment data on subjective student work such as essays, OSCEs, papers, presentations, and class participation.

With the added functionality, faculty members will be able to create templates for rubrics. Faculty will also be able to share rubrics with students in advance of an assignment and conduct complex grading strategies, such as anonymous grading and consistent peer or TA grading. Additionally faculty will be able to run comprehensive analytics reports of student learning filtered by student, class, or course.

Current ExamSoft users can send an email to to learn more. A webinar will be held on Wednesday, October 23 at 3 pm ET to learn about how ExamSoft's new rubrics functionality was designed for faculty, by faculty, and discover how St. John Fisher College plans to use rubrics to develop a comprehensive picture of student learning and their curriculum. Register for the webinar at

The rubrics assessment solution is planned to be widely available in January 2014. More information about rubrics can be found at