Rubrix release, March 2012
- The Review Report now defaults to a spreadsheet-style view – similar to what you see when performing a Review.
- The Review Report now includes detail toggle buttons, so you can show more or less information on the Report.
- Settings for the Review Report now save for any particular Review – once you’ve got it the way you’d like it displayed, those settings will carry over any time you open it.
- Previously, we reserved the right 1/3 of the page for artifacts. If you didn’t have any pictures or notes, this area would be blank. Artifacts (pictures and notes) now show under the Element instead of beside it. The new layout uses less paper and looks better, too.
- Report now shows pictures, if applicable, in the middle level of Review detail.
- Subject and Reviewer Signoff fields are now available (optional) and will display at the bottom of the Report.
- Emailed Reviews done against Rublets now display as Formative only (no points).
- Fixed a problem in the Review Summary where Incomplete was sometimes showing up, incorrectly.
- Improved display of Reviews without Points.
- Clarified a number of Permissions issues – it should now be more obvious who can see what (Administrators vs. Reviewers, for example).
- You can now see the Element descriptions in Rubric edit mode.
- Fixed a number of visual issues in Firefox.
- Corrected a minor permissions issue – administrators can now see reviews done by other members of their organization.
- Fixed a print problem for a reviews that were created prior to the new reports.
- Fixed an issue with password changes in the Profile section.
- Improved shared reviews so that replies to emailed reviews now always go to the sender (reviewer).
This is an automatic web update that does not require action by users. Please email our technical support team if you have any questions regarding this release.