Learn the Basics of Cadmus
Cadmus makes it easy to create and manage learning-oriented assessments for your students. Follow this guide to learn the basics of Cadmus.
1. Create a Cadmus Assignment link
Create a Cadmus Assignment link in your LMS unit page.
2. Set Requirements
Set assignment requirements like due dates, drafting and Turnitin settings.
3. Add Instructions and Resources
Write your assignment instructions or use one of our templates to get started. Add resources and then release your assignment to students.
4. Managing the Assessment
As your students work, keep track of your class using the Class List and Progress Reports. Update and re-release the Instructions at any point, too.
5. Students Working
Students access their assignment instructions, take notes, and write their submission all in the Cadmus Student Environment.
Students submit and receive Turinitin similarity scores through Cadmus.
7. Grading & Feedback
Access student submissions from the My Class page, and then use Turnitin Feedback Studio to grade and give feedback as usual.
8. Grading Groups
For large classes, you can setup grading groups within Cadmus. This will allow you to quickly filter the class list by group name.
If you set drafting for an assignment, there are a couple of extra things to remember when setting up and managing your assignment.
Cadmus Assignments might be new to your teaching team and many of your students, so it can be helpful to introduce them to Cadmus early on.
Some Final Things
Here are few final things to remember before releasing your Cadmus Assignment.