The Automated Analytic Rubrics document should automatically start downloading into your download folder (generally there is a link at the bottom of the page). If it doesn’t, you can manually restart the download and save the document on your computer. You may need to right click the link (or if you are using a Mac, hold down the Option key and click the link) and then select Save.
If you are using an old version of Word or it reports that it is unable to open the file, you can save the .doc version of the Automated Analytic Rubrics document. You may need to right click the link (or if you are using a Mac, hold down the Option key and click the link) and then select Save.
You must select Save (rather than Open or Load) to save the document to your computer. You can only do the guided tour or install eRubric Assistant once you have saved the eRubric Assistant document on your computer.
Browse to the Automated Analytic Rubrics document and open it using any version of Microsoft Word for Windows (other than Word Starter edition or RT edition) or Macintosh (other than Word 2008) then follow the prompts to verify that macros are enabled. You will then be shown a welcome message and you can start using eRubric Assistant.
The fastest way to start using Automated Analytic Rubrics analytic rubric maker is to look at the video shown in the first section of the document.
Step 3: Start using Automated Analytic Rubrics to create and use beautiful detailed automated eRubrics
This version of eRubric Assistant will continue to work until September 1 2017. One week before this you can download a new version of Automated Analytic Rubrics from http://eMarkingAssistant.com or start using the full eMarking Assistant package (Windows only) using the free 30 day trial. There’s no risk … what are you waiting for?