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Please refer to this article for a list of upcoming Gradescope features (with GradeHub comparisons and temporary work-arounds).
Respondus LockDown Browser is a custom browser that locks down the testing environment within Blackboard. When students use Respondus LockDown Browser they are unable to print, copy, go to another URL, or access other applications. When an assessment is started, students are locked into it until they submit for grading. Compatible with Mac and Windows.
Gradescope recently replaced GradeHub as our Bb exam administration and feedback/assessment tool. This article provides an introduction to Gradescope for instructors and students.
This article explains the different types of feedback available in Blackboard and provides a walk-through of how students can access them.
When you create an assignment, you can enable the SafeAssign originality detection service. When you assign grades, you can access an originality report with pertinent information about the sources used.
You can review the grades and feedback on your My Grades page. You can also access the assignment's Review Submission History page and review the grade and feedback in context. Assignments aren't graded automatically. Your instructor must grade each assignment.
The Grade Roster is located in Campus Connection where final grades are posted. In the summer, the Registrar creates the grade rosters based on when the course ends. They are created on an individual basis. If the grade roster needs to be created sooner, an email must be sent to Ray Pospisil requesting a grade roster for the course.
In the Grade Center, when an item is graded, a numeric score appears in the students' cells by default. You can choose to display grades in other ways with grading schemas. A schema takes the points scored on an item and compares it to the item's total points possible to derive a percentage. This percentage is mapped to a range of scores and displays a grade, such as a letter (A, B, C) or Pass/Fail. This information is presented in a table format.
If you have given a student an incomplete, and their assessments include assignments, quizzes, or exams, please check each date setting to make sure the assessments are still available.
You can create grade columns for activities that took place outside of class, such as a science fair or a juried art show. Or, you may assign credit for participation or attendance at an event. For manually added items, no submissions exist. The column is populated when you assign the grades.
You can create printable reports for your courses and students. You can also create a progress report that contains grades from a particular grading period for a defined group of students in a class. You can only choose students within one section to appear in a report. You must run a separate report for each section.
Steps to delete a grade in the Grade Center.
Steps to enter a grade. Steps to change a grade.
Students can be Exempted from a grade from the Grade Center or the Grade Details page. Exempted grades are not added into any statistical or total grade calculations, Blackboard treats it like they were never assigned that assignment.
After a grade has been changed with the Manual Override command, it can be reverted to the original value.