Assignment Grades

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    Where are my assignment grades?

    Doesn't seem familiar? Jump to the "Ultra" help about accessing grades.

    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.

    More on the My Grades page

    Review Submission History page

    To review your grade and feedback, select the same link in your course that you used to submit your assignment. The Review Submission History page appears. If you uploaded a file, it automatically opens in the browser.

    If your file doesn't open automatically in the browser, your institution hasn't turned on inline viewing.

    Point to a comment icon to view comments your instructor provided. Select highlighted text to see if your instructor provided a comment. You can also zoom in and out, and navigate to other pages in your file.

    You can also download and print the file from the menu in the inline viewer. Annotations won’t appear in the downloaded or printed file.

    If your instructor used a rubric to grade your work, select the View Rubric icon to view details.


    Watch a video about checking assignment grades

    The following unnarrated video provides a visual representation of some of the information included on this page. For a detailed description of what is portrayed in the video, open the video on YouTube, navigate to More actions, and select Open transcript.


    Video: Check assignment grades shows how to check your grade on an assignment.


    Which file types open in the browser?

    When inline viewing is on, you can open submitted files within the grading screen. Supported document types that are viewable in the grading screen include DOC, DOCX, PPT, PPTX, XLS, XLSX, and PDF. Original formatting and embedded images are preserved.

    The inline viewer is supported on current versions of Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Internet Explorer.

    If you uploaded a file that isn't in a format supported by the inline viewer, then you won't see the viewer.


    Anonymous grading

    On the Review Submission History and My Grades pages, a Graded Anonymously icon appears if your assignment was graded without your name shown.

    Your instructor may assign multiple graders to grade your assignments to eliminate bias. Your instructor determines if you can see feedback from all graders.


    ULTRA: Where are my assignment grades?

    Doesn't seem familiar? Jump to the "Original" help about accessing grades.

    Assignments aren't graded automatically. Your instructor must grade each assignment and post the grade and feedback.

    As your instructors post grades, you'll find them in your activity stream. Select View your grade to display your grade. If your instructor added feedback, you'll see it after the assignment title.

    More on the activity stream

    You can also access the assignment in your course to review your grade and feedback in context.

    Your grades also appear on the global and course grades pages.

    More on accessing grades


    ULTRA: View my graded assignment in the browser

    Doesn't seem familiar? Jump to the "Original" help about inline viewing.

    To review your grade and feedback, select the same link in your course that you used to submit your assignment. You can also review your assignment grade from one of your grades pages.

    These file types open directly within the browser and your instructors can annotate them:

    • Microsoft® Word (DOC, DOCX)
    • Microsoft® PowerPoint® (PPT, PPTX)
    • Microsoft® Excel® (XLS, XLSX)
    • PDF

    Instructors can view other document types in the browser, such as images and videos, but they can’t annotate them.

    If your file doesn't open automatically in the browser, your institution hasn't turned on inline viewing.

    Point to a comment icon to view comments your instructor provided. Select highlighted text to see if your instructor provided a comment. You can also zoom in and out, and navigate to other pages in your file.

    Select the More options icon to access the menu and select Hide File or Download File. You can also download and print the file from the menu in the inline viewer. Annotations won’t appear in the downloaded or printed file.


    ULTRA: Student view of rubric

    Access your graded submission on the Course Content page to open the Details & Information panel. If your instructor used a rubric to grade your submission, select This item is graded with a rubric to open the rubric alongside the assignment.

    You can expand individual criterion to review the achievement levels. The awarded achievement levels are highlighted.


    ULTRA: Multiple attempts grades

    If your instructor allows, you can make more than one submission for an assignment. Your instructor chooses how to calculate your grade for multiple submissions:

    • Average of all attempts
    • First graded attempt
    • Last graded attempt
    • Highest graded attempt
    • Lowest graded attempt

    In the assignment’s Details & Information panel, you can view your current grade and the calculation method. Select your grade to view details and review your submissions.

    In the Submission panel, you can see which attempts have grades and feedback. Select the attempt you want to view. Your submission opens, and you can view your grade and how it was calculated. You can review your work and expand the Feedback panel if your instructor left comments. A message appears if your instructor has overridden the assignment’s final grade.

    If you submitted after the due date, a late alert appears in the Submission panel and on the assignment page.

    You can also see how many attempts you have on the Course Grades page. You can see which attempts you submitted before the due date and if any submissions are or will be late.

    More on the Course Grades page


    ULTRA: Grade pill colors

    The grade pill color for each assignment question and the total assignment grade are based on the grading schema your instructor chose. For example, the colors map to the default grading schema in this way:

    > 90% = green

    89–80% = yellow/green

    79–70% = yellow

    69–60% = orange

    59–50% = red