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New Gradebook Features The Gradebook features menus for navigation (1), with areas for student data (2) and assignment data (3). You can access this assignment and student data through keyboard shortcuts (4), as well as by typing into the search bar (5). Finally, you can change settings for the Gradebook through the Settings icon (6).
The Gradebook (1) and View (2) menus at the top left of the screen allow for different displays and filtering of the Gradebook, while the Actions (3) menu provides access to the Import/Export functions.
Changing the Gradebook Display
1. Go to the Gradebook (1) menu to change your Gradebook display.
2. Select Learning Mastery (2) to display outcomes on assigned assessments. This gradebook view is used with Canvas Outcomes.
3. Select Individual View (3) to display all grades for an individual student. On this page, you can filter grades by section, assignment, and student.
4. Select Gradebook History (4) to display recent changes made to grades. More information on Gradebook History can be found in the designated Gradebook History documentation.
Sorting and Filtering the Gradebook
1. Go to the View (1) menu to find options for sorting and filtering the Gradebook.
2. Select Arrange By to arrange assignment columns by Assignment Name, Due Date, Points, or Module. The Default Order of assignment columns is based on their order in Assignment groups.
3. Select Filters to view only assignments in a particular Assignment Group, Module, Section, or Student Group.
4. Select Statuses to change the color of your statuses (Missing, Excused, Late, Resubmitted, Dropped) via the pop-up menu.
5. Below Columns choose whether to show or hide Notes and/or Unpublished Assignments. While Unpublished Assignments column appears in the Gradebook, it does not appear in a gradebook export.
Importing and Exporting
1. Go to the Actions (1) menu to Import and Export the Gradebook.
1. Select Import (2) to upload a CSV file into the gradebook to revise grades or add new assignment grades.
2. Select Export (3) to export the gradebook into a CSV file. A banner will appear at the top of the page to signal an export has begun and once complete, you can find the CSV file in the Downloads area of your computer. Detailed instructions are available in the Importing/Exporting Grades documentation.
Use the search bar in the top right corner of the Gradebook to quickly find individual students by name or Login ID (first part of their uoregon email address).
1. Click the gear icon by the search bar to access the Settings menu.
2. Under the Late Policies tab (1), you can automatically apply a grade for missing assignments (2) and apply automatic deductions for late submissions (3). Detailed information on the Late Policy is available in the Late Policy documentation.
3. Under the Grade Posting Policy (1) tab, you can choose to automatically (2) or manually (3) release grades to students for assignments. Detailed information on the Grade Posting Policy can be found in the Grade Posting Policy documentation.
Student Name Column
1. The Student Name column displays the first and last name of each student (1).
2. You can also display secondary information for each student, such as their login ID, group membership, and sections (2).
3. Click the three dots to view the Student Name menu (3) and sort students, display by first or last name, or include secondary information.
Assignment Columns are automatically created when graded assignments, quizzes, and discussions are created. Assignments can only be manually created by importing a new column into the gradebook.
View the assignment name (1), total points (2), and student grades with assignment statuses (3).
The three dots (4) next to the assignment name holds a menu to sort grades, mute the assignment, curve grades, set a default grade, and message students.
Totals calculated for each Assignment Group (1), as well as the cumulative Total (2) appear at the end of the Gradebook.
1. View the name (3) and weight (4) of the Assignment Group at the top of the column. 2. Sort grades via the menu at the top of the column (5). 3. The total grade (6) reflects any Assignment Group weights. If Assignment Groups are not
weighted, you can view the total grade as points.
Entering Grades In the Gradebook, grades can be entered through the Assignment column, the Grade Detail Tray, and through SpeedGrader.
Entering Grades Using Assignment Column 1. Navigate the student’s grade cell. 2. Click within the cell (1) and type in the grade.
Entering Grades using Grade Detail Tray
1. Navigate to the student’s grade cell. 2. Click within the cell (1) and click the Grade Detail Tray icon (2), an arrow pointing to the right.
The Grade Detail Tray will appear on the right-hand side of the Gradebook. 3. Type the grade in the box underneath Grade out of…
Entering Grades through SpeedGrader 1. Open the Grade Detail tray.
2. Select the SpeedGrader link to open SpeedGrader in the browser tab. 3. Type the grade into the box below Grade out of…
Gradebook MenusChanging the Gradebook DisplaySorting and Filtering the GradebookImporting and Exporting
Search StudentsSettingsGradebook ColumnsStudent Name ColumnAssignment ColumnsTotals ColumnsEntering GradesEntering Grades Using Assignment ColumnEntering Grades using Grade Detail TrayEntering Grades through SpeedGrader