After you have submitted video assignments, you can easily view your grades and feedback that you have received from your instructor. Your grade may be pass/fail, a numeric percentage score, a 5-star rating, or a completed rubric.
Feedback from your instructor can come in two ways, by text and video.
To view your grades and feedback in YouSeeU, click on the video assignment link either in the Table of Contents or Video Assignment list.
Depending on the grading method selected by your instructor, a numeric percentage score, pass/fail, completed/not completed, or a 5-star rating will be listed next to Grade.
If your instructor chose to use a grading rubric, your score will be displayed and you can view the scored rubric by clicking open next to the score.
Student ratings displays peer feedback in the form of a 5-star rating; your average rating will be shown along with how many of your peers gave feedback on your video.
Video feedback is a video created by your educator that provides information and feedback to you about your submitted assignment. This is a video recorded specifically for you and it can not be seen by other students.
Text feedback is written feedback from your educator and is seen only by you.
Any text or video feedback provided by your instructor will be displayed as available and can be viewed by clicking the link next to the type of feedback.
To review any Sync Comments made during your video, click the play button in the center of your Video Submission and the comments will appear as they were made and time-stamped.
If the grade or feedback area contains a “-“ symbol, it means that the assignment has not been graded, feedback has not been provided, or it is not applicable to the activity.