The Grade History page acts like a log file that records all of the changes that occur to grades within a course, and displays all the data for grade submissions for the course within a set date range. You can manipulate the view and export the information.
Access the Grade History page from the Reports drop-down list on the action bar. Select View Grade History to display the page. The following columns appear:
|Date||The date you graded the item or changed the grade.|
|Last Edited By||The name of the last user to edit the grade. When clicked, you can view the username and role of the person who edited the grade. If the score appears from an automatically graded test, the name is listed as Automatic.|
|Value||The value of the grade as viewed in the Grade Center as well as the type of value and entry type, such as attempt grade and override grade. If you associated a rubric with the item, you can view it by clicking View Rubric.|
|Comments||Any associated Feedback for User or Grading Notes.|
The default view includes the two most recent actions on this grade. To view more, click View Complete History.
To disable grade history, on the Grade History page, click Disable Grade History on the action bar.
To enable grade history, click Enable Grade History.
Both the ability to disable or enable grade history are settings controlled by your institution and may not be available to instructors.
The Grade History page is filtered to display entries within a date range. You can sort it to display items by column name, score, or date.
To sort items, click a column heading. The column will display in descending alphabetic, score, or date order, depending upon which column you choose.
The grade history is exported as a delimited file and downloaded to your computer.
Click Clear Grade History to clear and flush all the data. This action is final and cannot be reversed. To be sure that you do not lose data, download the grade history before clearing it.
Related Tutorials Viewing and Downloading Grade History (Flash video | 1m 17s )