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  • How do I enter and/or edit grades in the Gradebook?
    the Gradebook Go to Gradebook Select the Gradebook tool from the Tool Menu in your site Select the gradebook item Zoom You will see a listing of all the existing gradebook items in your course Select the gradebook item for which you would like to enter grades by clicking on the title of the item in this example we have selected the Lab Journal Blog item Note Items highlighted in yellow are being sent to the Gradebook from other tools as indicated in the Grade Editor column You cannot edit those grades from the Gradebook although you can view them from here Enter grades Zoom A summary of the gradebook item and the points possibe will display at the top You will also see a list of all the students enrolled and active in your site Note You may also filter the gradebook to view students by Sections Groups Student Name Viewing a certain number of students at a time Enter grades by typing the scores into the Points column Click Edit Comments Zoom If you would like to enter additional comments along with the score click the Edit Comments button to expand the Comments section You may then enter

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  • How do I export grades from the Gradebook?
    will create a comma separated variable CSV file that can be opened in any spreadsheet program or text editor Export for Excel This will create a Microsoft Excel format file that will open in Excel for editing printing The export file will download to your local computer Click Course Grades Zoom If you would prefer to export final grade and score adjustments click the Course Grades button instead Choose your

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  • How do I import grades into the Gradebook?
    Note The import file must be in a specific format in order to import correctly It should be an Excel or CSV file and contain the appropriate student and gradebook item data Refer to the links to Download Spreadsheet Template for the correct file format Click Import Spreadsheet After selecting your import file click Import Spreadsheet to import the grades Verify the import Zoom The import data will be previewed

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  • How do I override a course grade?
    on a standard letter grade scale you will also be able to add plus sign or minus sign to the letter grade If the course is graded on a Pass Not pass scale you will only be able to enter the letters P or N Go to Gradebook Select the Gradebook tool from the Tool Menu of your site Click Course Grades Enter override score Zoom You will see a

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  • How do I set all ungraded items to zero?
    a gradebook item in the course grade calculation you must enter a grade of zero or higher If you want to enter zeros for all gradebook items that have not been graded you should set ungraded items to zero This can be done in one step from the Gradebook Go to Gradebook Select the Gradebook tool from the Tool Menu of your site Click Course Grades Click Set Ungraded Items

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  • How does extra credit work?
    would be 40 points possible i e 4 quizzes at 10 points each The EC quiz does not factor into the total out of points possible so the total points remain at 40 If a student were to score 10 10 points on all 5 quizzes that student would have a course grade of 50 40 points or 125 The 10 points for the extra credit quiz are added on top of the total points for the other items Note If a student scores 10 10 points on only 4 of the 5 quizzes skipping either the EC quiz or one of the other quiz items that student would have a course grade of 40 40 or 100 The EC item can replace or make up for another score if it is worth the same amount of points Example EC items within weighted categories Zoom Things get a little more complicated when you have weighted categories You can still specify individual items as extra credit within weighted categories but the overall percentage grade is not a straight forward points calculation Instead all of the items within each category are averaged together and then each category average is weighted by the designated amount For example if you have 3 regular assignments and 1 EC assignment in an Assignments category that is worth 40 of the total grade the points for all 4 items e g 40 points will be added together and then divided by 30 the total points possible to result in a category percentage of 133 Then 133 will be weighted as 40 of the course grade Extra credit category Now let s say that you want to create an extra category rather than an extra credit item This can be useful if your Gradebook includes weighting or if

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  • What is the Lessons tool?
    site tools conditional release of items and content student content pages LTI tools and more With Lessons instructors can organize the course by unit module week topic or any other grouping that makes sense for the site To access this tool click on the Lessons page title in the Tool Menu of your site The Lessons tool is often renamed to something else and may appear multiple times in a given course Click on the Lessons Page Title e g Unit 1 in the Tool Menu to display the page Note The default or blank Lessons page contains text and images that explain the basic functionality of the Lessons tool Example of a Lessons page Zoom Lessons pages may contain any of the following items Page title Text item i e content on the page Content links to items in Resources such as files or URLs Links to published assessments In line question items on the page Items may be designated as required Links to forum topics Student Comments on the page Links to Student Pages where students may create their own content Links to subpages Items may have prerequisites i e conditional release Example of a Lessons subpage Zoom

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  • How do I create a new Lessons page?
    Scroll down to the bottom of the screen and click the Continue button Enter a Lessons title and click Continue Your new page will display in the Tool Menu Notice the new folder in Resources When you add a new Lessons page a folder is automatically created in the site Resources tool with the Lesson page name Click on the Lessons page title in the Tool Menu If the Lessons

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