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Creating a BioSig assignment and setting Module Requirements

For BioSig to be successful, you will need to create a BioSig assignment and require modules to be checking the BioSig assignments and assessment/paper.

Creating a BioSig Assignment

In your course, click on Assignments in the course navigation.  Click on the +Assignment button.

Click on the +Assignment button

Fill in the Assignment information, but you will need to give this assignment a small amount of points.

Assign points to the assignment

Using the Submission Type menu and select "External Tool," click on the Find button.

Using the Submission Type menu and select "External Tool," click on the Find button

Scroll until  you find "BioSig-ID" and click Select.

Select BioSig in the Configure External Tool window

Continue to fill out the assignment information.  Click Save or Save & Publish.

Click Save or Save & Publish

In Modules

Add the BioSig assignment and assessment/paper to the same module.  The module can contain other items within it but one BioSig assignment and assessment/paper per module is needed.

It is a best practice to place the items in the module in sequential order.  In this case, the BioSig assignment would be before the assessment/paper.  

Click on the kabob menu for the module and click on Edit.

Click on the kabob menu for the module and click on Edit

Enable "Students must move through requirements in sequential order" and add your BioSig Assignment and assessment/paper for the requirements.  Click on "Update Module."

Enable "Students must move through requirements in sequential order" and add your BioSig Assignment and assessment/paper for the requirements.  Click on "Update Module."

Continue these steps until you have the best practice of 3 - 5 BioSig assignments within your course.

Within the Canvas Commons is a BioSig import that contains Introduction for your students, sample assignments, and a built out module with requirements.  

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