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How to Share an Assessment in Edulastic



When you create an assessment in Edulastic, either by using one found in the Assessment Library or creating it from scratch through our array of questions types, you have multiple options to share it with others.

1. When you are ready to share your newly created assessment, you'll need to click the Publish & Assign Later button in the top right. It is here that you get to decide who gets to see your assessment.



Link Sharing: Selecting this option allows anyone with the link to access the assessment.

Add to Private Library: This assessment is not shared with anyone.

Add to School Library: Any teacher at your school can find and use this assessment.

Add to District Library: Any teacher within the district that you teach at can find and use this assessment.

Add to Public Library: The assessment is accessible to ANYONE using Edulastic. They will be able to find your assessment by filtering in the Assessment Library.

As you can see, the sharing level ranges from most strict (Private Library) to least strict (Public Library)



You can also change the sharing level of any assessment even if the assessment has already been assigned.

1. Click into any of your published assessments in the My Assessments Tab


2. Click on Change Sharing Level as indicated below




3. You'll then be able to select one of the Sharing Levels as previously described


The overall sharing level of an assessment is restricted by the sharing levels of the constituent questions.There are instances at which you see only Private option enabled and the other options being grayed out (disabled).If there is any question in the assessment which has sharing level as revoked then removing/deselecting those questions from the assessment will allow sharing at any level.

If you have selected Link Sharing, the recipient of the link simply logs into Edulastic then pastes the link in the url bar.  This will retrieve the link-shared assessment.

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