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Grading Schemes in Canvas

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A grading scheme refers to how you determine grades in your course. If a student scores within a certain range, they will receive a corresponding letter grade. For example, the standard grading scheme at the University of Oregon holds the cutoff for an A- at 90%. The most common use of a grade…

Uploading Final Grades into DuckWeb

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At the end of the term, final grades can be exported from Canvas and uploaded into DuckWeb.

Importing and Exporting Scores

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Scores from the Gradebook can be imported or exported as a CSV file. This can be helpful for quick correction of scores, creating additional assignments quickly, or downloading scores at the end of the term for upload to Duckweb. This page will cover the Import/Export process in-depth. For more…

Using the Canvas Gradebook

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This guide will help you navigate the Canvas gradebook.

Accessing SpeedGrader

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SpeedGrader is the Canvas grading tool. It allows you to quickly grade individual or group assignments, quizzes, and discussions. You can access SpeedGrader through the Assignment, Quiz, or Discussion that you are grading.

Anonymous Grading Feature

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Canvas supports anonymous grading of assignments, quizzes, and papers.

Comparing Instructor & Student Gradebook Views

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This page provides views of the Gradebook for Instructors, and also shows what students see in their view of Grades.  Note that the student view is different, and it is helpful to remind them where to find the feedback you provide in SpeedGrader as well as the annotations made on their submissions…

Gradebook Filtering and Navigation

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The Canvas gradebook provides filtering tools to help you navigate your assignments, your students, and their progress through your class.

Weighted Grades & Assignment Groups

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All graded work including graded Discussions, graded Quizzes and Assignments will be on the Assignment Page (Index). If your grading scheme is based on points (not percentage) and unweighted, all of these items can be in one group. If you would like to organize your assignments by type, apply a…

Gradebook FAQs

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The following are some of the questions we frequently get asked about Grades in Canvas. For a full list of FAQs from Canvas, check out these Canvas Guides from Instructure: Grades Can I add columns to the Gradebook on my own? The Canvas Gradebook is driven entirely by the Assignment Index Page…