Summatives now require explicitly named authors in TeachBoost to help you keep track of these activities throughout the process. The summative's author will have full editing rights and a dedicated signature line when the activity is shared.
When creating new summative activities, you will be invited to designate yourself as the author and take ownership of the summative contents.
Who can author a summative activity?
Any school leaders with administrative (Level 2+) access to TeachBoost can author a summative activity.
Note: If additional layers of permissions are enabled at your school (e.g. 'caseloads'), this may restrict your ability to create summative activities.
What should I do if a summative does not have an author?
In some cases, an existing summative activity may not yet have an explicit author. If you view a summative activity that does not have a nominated author, you will see a panel at the top of the page inviting you to assign yourself.
How can I change the author of a summative activity?
If you need to change the author of a summative, you can do this by accessing the Actions menu up top and switching out the author as needed.
Note: only existing authors or those with Level 4 access to the group will be able to re-assign a summative.