When you enable grading, a column is created automatically in the Grade Center. You can view all the pages a student authored and edited as you determine the grade on the Participant’s Contribution page. The grade applies to the wiki, not an individual wiki page.
You access the Participant’s Contribution page in the following ways:
You can edit previously assigned grades on the wiki’s Participant’s Contribution page or in a Grade Center cell.
You cannot change a graded wiki to ungraded. You need to delete the graded wiki from the Wikis listing page and the Grade Center, and create a new ungraded wiki.
Users with wikis that need grading are indicated with the needs grading icon in the Grade Center and on a wiki’s Participation Summary page in the All drop-down list in the sidebar. In addition, they are listed on the Needs Grading page.
If during wiki creation you did not select the Show participants in needs grading status check box and select a minimum number of page saves, the needs grading icon will not appear in the Grade Center, on the wiki’s Participation Summary page, and items do not appear on the Needs Grading page.
The in progress icon shows in the Grade Center cell and in a wiki:
On the Participation Summary page, you can view a list of all student participation for the current wiki you are viewing. The information provided can help you understand how students contributed to the overall wiki content. This information can be especially useful when determining individual grades for gradable wikis.
Page Comparison Page
When you compare two versions, the Page Comparison page opens in a new window. The Comparison Details tab lists basic information about the two versions side by side.
Click the Legend tab to view the comparison with a legend or explanation of the formatting used to communicate version differences. Collapse either tab by clicking the X to allow for more room to view the page.
In the preceding image, contributed text is highlighted green and removed text is red and uses a strike-through the words. An image is highlighted green with a plus sign in the corner to indicate it is new. The removed image is highlighted pink with a diagonal strike-through pattern.
In our example, grading starts from the wikis tool.
On the Participation Summary page, the grading sidebar appears, listing all group members.
The needs grading icon appears in the All drop-down list for contributing group members. When you add a grade for a group wiki, the grade is automatically given to all the members of the group and is populated in the corresponding column in the Grade Center for each group member. All members are assigned a grade, regardless if a member did not contribute. Students can view their group wiki grades in My Grades and on their My Contribution pages.
You can assign an individual group member a different grade than the group by editing the grade for the member. If you change a group member’s grade, and you assign a new group grade, the new group grade will not affect the individual’s new grade. Individual members only see one grade, not what each member earned. The individual’s new grade will not appear to the other group members.
On the Participation Summary page, in the grading sidebar, click the pencil icon to change the group grade for a member. Type a new grade and click the check mark icon to save it. This grade becomes an override grade.
The group grade and the individual group member’s edited grade also appear in the Grade Center. Grayed out cells appear in the group wiki column for course members who are not part of the group. You can also edit the grade from the Grade Center.
You can revert a member’s edited grade to the original group grade, which all group members received.
On the group's Participation Summary page, click the pencil icon for the user with the edited grade. Click the left-pointing arrow to change the grade to the original group grade. The override icon is removed. The change also appears in the Grade Center.