Grades

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Add a Column in the Gradebook
The Numeric grade item allows you to grade students by assigning a value out of a specified total of points (e.g. 8/10). Click Grades in the navbar, then click the Manage Grades  tab. On the Manage Grades page, click the New button,...
Assign the Same Grade to Multiple Students
The following article explains how to simultaneously  assign the same grade for multiple students. Within the course, click Grades  > Enter Grades . Click on the arrow next to a grade item title. Select Grade All from the drop ...
Bulk Edit and Reorder Items in Grades, Assignments, Quiz and Survey Tools
In the Grades, Assignments, Quiz and  Survey tools you can use Bulk Edit to change settings. You can also reorder items. To Bulk Edit Go to Grades > Manage Grades . Or Course Activities > Assignments. Or Course Activities >...
Create and Edit Grade Schemes
Create a Grade Scheme Click Grades in the navbar. Click on the Schemes tab. On the Schemes page, click New Scheme . Enter a Name for the scheme. Enter a Short Name if desired. Click Add Ranges to add additional grade ranges...
Create a Gradebook with the Grades Setup Wizard
th, td { padding: 8px;} th {color: #FFF; background: #b30838;} If a gradebook has not already been set up or imported for your course, you should see the Grades Setup Wizard displayed when you enter the Grades tool. If a different area of ...
Create a Selectbox Grade Column
A Selectbox grade item allows you to grade students by assigning a grade scheme level that is equivalent to a percentage grade (e.g. 90%-100% = “Excellent”). NOTE: The Selectbox grade item cannot be associated with content tools. Rath...
Delete a Grade Column
In D2L, a Grade column is called a Grade Item. Go to Grades  > Manage Grades . Find the grade item you wish to delete and look at the Association column to verify that it is not associated with an activity (quiz, assignment, or discussi...
Enter Grades
This area displays your gradebook by students by default. You can switch between the standard view of the gradebook and a spreadsheet view that allows you to enter grades directly into the Student List. NOTE:  You can enter or update a grade ...
 Export Grades
Show Video Walkthrough To export grades: Open the course and click on Grades  in the navbar. On the Enter Grades page, click the Export  button. If you have merged rosters and need to Export grades by section, choose Sect...
Gradebook Schemes
A grade scheme is a way of organizing students’ performances on grade items into levels of achievement. A grade scheme can include any number of achievement levels. Each achievement level has its own range of acceptable grades and a symbol, su...
 Print Grades
Exporting grades to Excel allows you to print the Grades data legibly on as few pages as possible. There are various ways the grades export spreadsheet might be formatted. This article provides one example. Show Video Walkthrough Exporting...
Publish Quiz Grades
There are two options when publishing quiz grades, Automatically or Manually. Automatically Publish Quiz Grades Go to Course Activities  > Quizzes . Click the title of the quiz.  Select the Assessment  tab. Make su...
Quiz Grades Not Publishing to Gradebook
When changes are made to the Assessment tab of a quiz after student submissions are made, those changes will not apply to the existing submissions. The result is that the grades for the existing submissions will not be automatically published to the...
Set Up a Formula Grading System
Use the Formula grading system when you want to calculate final grades using a custom formula that allows for specific conditions. The Formula grading system is based on the points system, but allows you to set conditions around grade items to deter...
 Set Up a Weighted Gradebook
A weighted grading system is one where grade categories and items are assigned a weight as a percentage of the final grade. In the video below, we show how to create a weighted gradebook and make sure that it calculates correctly. Here are some poi...
 Show Current or Final Grades to Students in D2L
In order for students to see their current grade, or their final grade, you must release the Final Calculated Grade. You can accomplish this by doing the following: Show Video Walkthrough Setting Gradebook to Release Calculated Final Grade...
View Attendance & Grades for Withdrawn (Unenrolled) Users
It is possible to locate attendance or grade information on students that have been unenrolled from a class. View Attendance Click on Collaboration and choose Classlist. Click on the Enrollment Statistics button at the top o...
View Classlists and Enter Grades by Groups and Sections
You can view Classlists and Enter Grades by User (default), Groups, and Sections. Classlists From the navbar, click Collaboration and then click Classlist . From the View By drop-down list, select Groups  or Sections , and click Apply...
Create Gradebook Category
Create gradebook categories to organize different types of items such as quizzes, discussions, or assignments. From the navbar, click Grades, and then click Manage Grades  from across the top. Click the blue New  button, and then se...
The Difference between a Weighted and Points Gradebooks
In D2L you can use either a Points grading system or a Weighted system. Either is a valid choice. But whichever you use, it must be the one you describe in your syllabus. Weighted by Category The Grades are organized by category. Each Category i...
Use Adjusted Final Grade
Use Adjusted Final Grade. Click  Grades  from the Navbar. Click  Settings  from the top right of the screen.  Click the  Calculation Options  tab towards the top of the screen. In the ...