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Steps to course copy Grade Center from one course to another.
Import final grades into Campus Connection from any Blackboard course accurately, quickly, and easily with Grades Integration. Just click 'import grades', and the final grades from a specialized column in your Blackboard course's gradebook are automatically sent to Campus Connection, where you may review and approve them.
This article explains the different types of feedback available in Blackboard and provides a walk-through of how students can access them.
Steps to give feedback on graded items.
If a grade was changed using the Manual Override function in Blackboard then there will be a small orange triangle next to the score in the Full Grade Center.
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.
In the Full Grade Center, click the chevron next to the student’s grade and select View Grade Details and then click View Attempt.  Then when the exam opens there will be a link called Test Information, just below the student"s name, click on this.
How to view two students side-by-side in Grade Center.
Steps to assign columns to a grading period in the Grade Center.
Steps to change column(s) categories.
How to create a Grade Center category.
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 run several types of course reports to view information about course usage and activity. You can view summaries of course usage such as which course areas are used most frequently and course access patterns for specific students.
You can create grading periods to group Grade Center columns together by a period of time, such as terms, semesters, or quarters. You can also create grading periods to group columns together by a shared characteristic, such as all the gradable columns for a group project. To create a date range grading period, you can select a setting to automatically associate all existing columns with due dates that occur in the date range.
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.