New Feature - Templates

We are pleased to announce a new feature!

Now you have another way to add rubrics to your library. The template library is where you will find professionally created rubrics from assessment specialists and master teachers. It's pretty empty right now, because all of the hamsters are running on about fifteen different wheels each simultaneously, but we will be adding more rubrics as time goes by.

If you see one you like, just click 'Get', and it will be copied into your library where you can change it, adapt it and add to it to whatever extent you need in order to meet the needs of your students. If you do grab a copy of one of the templates, please give it a star rating to help others make good choices.

We will be looking for subject and assessment specialists to help us build a repository of quality rubrics to share with our users. If this sounds like you, and you would be interested in making a bit of cash, please send an email to

For now, these are free, but in future we would like to develop a marketplace for sharing and selling rubrics. So, you know, get 'em while they're hot.


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