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You access the Grade Center from the Control Panel.
Expand the Grade Center section to display the links to the Needs Grading page, the Full Grade Center, and the smart views.
On the Needs Grading page, you can begin grading assignments, group assignments, tests, blog and journal entries, wiki page saves, and discussion posts.
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Scores are assigned automatically for online tests and surveys that have no questions that require manual grading. You can manually edit grades that are scored automatically.
You can assign grades in the Grade Center in these ways:
- Access tests and assignments to grade from the Grade Center or the Needs Grading page.
- Manually assign grades in the Grade Center. For some items, such as gradable blogs or discussions, you can assign grades from the tool.
- Upload grades from an external source, such as a comma-separated values (CSV) file or an Excel spreadsheet. You can work offline and then upload grades into the Grade Center.
You can hide a column from students' My Grades pages while you assign grades and feedback. When you hide a column from your students, you still see it in the Grade Center grid.
- From the Grade Center, access a column's menu and select Edit Column Information.
- On the Edit Column page, navigate to the Options section.
- Select No for Include this column in Grade Center calculations and Show this column to students.
- Select Submit.
The graded work won't appear to students on their My Grades pages. If a student accesses the graded work from inside a content area, no grade or feedback appears.
In the Grade Center grid, the column appears with the Column Not Visible to Users icon next to the column title.
When you're ready to release grades and feedback to students, access the Edit Column page and select Yes for the two options.
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Want to see how many items are ready to grade in all your courses? In the list where your name appears, you have immediate access to all your grading tasks on the global Grades page. All your grading tasks are organized by course.
The page only displays information if you need to take action. You see items that are ready to grade and how many students have overdue items.
Want to narrow your focus? In a specific course, you can access the course gradebook on the navigation bar. You can see who has made submissions and start grading.
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You can assign, edit, and post grades from three locations:
- Submissions list page for a content item
- In your course gradebook, select an item to begin grading
- The submissions list page appears with a list of all enrolled students
- Student's submission page
- In your course gradebook, access student submissions from the submissions list page
- You can download students' submitted documents or view them inline and make annotations
- Cell in student grid view
- In your course gradebook, the student grid shows their earned scores