To understand why configuring your rotations is valuable, make sure you read our introduction to rotation evaluations first.
Only members of the administrators group can create and alter rotations. You know if you're a member of the administrators group if the admin channel is visible in the left-hand menu on the website.
Once you log-in to the website, on the left-hand panel, click "admin". From there, you should see the option to customize rotations near the bottom of this screen called "Rotations and Schedules". After you click that, you'll see a list of rotations (empty if you haven't created any yet). Click the add rotation button at the top and a screen will appear that allows you to define your rotation:
Let's go through each of the each of the configuration fields.
A name for your rotation. This should be how your program refers to the given rotation.
The rotation director is the person who is ultimately responsible for learners who are on that rotation. Later we'll see what effects this has.
Finally, you'll want to define your rotation requirements. These are the milestone and procedure evaluations that you expect to happen on this rotation. Clicking one of those rows will open an experience for managing the requirements:
Use the up and down arrow buttons to control how many feedback encounters are expected for each area for the duration of the rotation.
This area allows you to indicate that a given faculty member works with learners on this rotation. This section is completely optional. Specifying people here will allow them to get automatic feedback requests for a learner each time a rotation finishes (more on this later).
There are two types of automatic feedback requests. The first one focuses on summative assessments. At the end of a rotation, any faculty member in your program has the option to provide summative feedback for the learner on the given rotation. If this option is enabled (and it's enabled by default), the rotation director and all of the associated faculty (from the section above) will receive automated feedback requests for their summative assessments once the rotation ends.
The second option allows you to control automated feedback requests for the rotation requirements. While any faculty member can help fulfill rotation requirements by giving feedback throughout the rotation, it's ultimately up to the rotation director to ensure that all requirements are met once the rotation finishes. To help with that, if enabled, this feature will automatically send feedback requests to the rotation director for any unmet rotation requirements at the end of the rotation.
You're all set to go now!
If you're familiar with Option One and Option Two for rotations, Option One should be fully functional. (If you're not familiar, you can read more here). If you'd like to manage the schedule to enable Option Two, see the guide on managing schedules to do that.