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How do I reassign an assignment in SpeedGrader?

As an instructor, you can reassign an assignment in SpeedGrader. The Reassign Assignment button is available for graded assignment submissions once a comment has been added by an instructor.

Students can view reassigned assignments from the List View Dashboard.

Notes:

  • The Reassign Assignment button is not available for quizzes or graded discussions.
  • The Reassign Assignment button is not available for External Tools (LTI), on paper, and no submission assignments.
  • The Reassign Assignment button is only available for assignments with due dates.
  • If the assignment's settings do not allow students to make an additional attempt, the Reassign Assignment shows that the assignment is not able to be reassigned.

View SpeedGrader

Open SpeedGrader from an assignment and select the student for whom you want to reassign the assignment [1].

Reassigning an assignment is completed from the Assignment Comments section [2].

Add Comment

Add Comment

In order to reassign an assignment, you must first add a comment in SpeedGrader.

Enter your comment in the Comment field [1] and click the Submit button [2].

Reassign Assignment

Reassign Assignment

Click the Reassign Assignment button.

Notes:

  • The Reassign Assignment button is not available for External Tools (LTI), on paper, and no submission assignments.
  • The Reassign Assignment button is only available for assignments with due dates.
  • If the assignment's settings do not allow students to make an additional attempt, the Reassign Assignment shows that the assignment is not able to be reassigned.

View Reassigned Assignment

View Reassigned Assignment

Assignments that have been reassigned display a Reassigned button.

Student View

When an assignment has been reassigned, students can view your comments [1] and a Redo label [2] in the List View Dashboard.

Reassigning an assignment will not change a student's due dates or availability dates for that assignment.