The gradebook is a powerful module that is available in every CLE course, though it can be intimidating to new course editors. It allows instructors to organize and calculate grades, and it allows students to view their own grades. The gradebook offers a number of customization options, and it can accommodate simple or complex grading schemes. With this blog post, we are happy to announce a new collection of help resources all about the gradebook!
Have you ever wondered how extra credit works in the gradebook? Do you want to make a back up copy of grade histories for safe keeping? How do you capture grades from in-class assignments that have no electronic component on the CLE course home page? All of these questions, and many more, are answered in the following help documents. If you aren’t sure where to look, don’t hesitate to contact us, and we’ll point you in the right direction. Happy grading, and good luck!
- Gradebook Handout (detailed, printable guide, PDF)
- Gradebook Introduction (online documents covering basic concepts)
- Gradebook Tips (online documents covering additional tips and tricks)
- Gradebook FAQ (online list of commonly asked questions and answers)
Also note that this easy-to-remember URL will take you directly to the introduction article: tiny.ucsf.edu/gradebook.