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TOPIC: Accessing rubric column data

Accessing rubric column data 1 year 1 month ago #9413

I have a main rubric which will be used to provide students with an end of semester result. The rubric comprises K&U and P&PS elaborations from the ACARA Technologies curriculum. To reach the final rubric result, students are completing a series of smaller tasks which are made up of some of the elaborations, but not all collectively. For each task I have created a rubric which only has the elaborations covered.

The final rubrics is then a mesh of these four rubrics. What I ideally want is for the main rubric to “self populate” based on the average of the results across the four small tasks - at the moment I am assuming this is not possible and would be based on it being done manually?

I’d love to know if there is a trick I could use. Thank you.
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Accessing rubric column data 1 year 1 month ago #9414

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Hello craig.kerwin,
With a formula you could access individual rows in different rubrics but the final result can't populate a different rubric.
In order to access a row, you have to select it here

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