Note: To complete these procedures, you must be assigned a role having the necessary permissions. To determine your role, follow the directions in Participant roles. For a basic understanding of roles and permissions, see Permissions and roles: Overview.
The Gradebook automatically calculates a course grade based on the number of points scored out of the total points submitted (i.e., a running grade). Ungraded items will not be included in the course grade calculation, so the course grade column will not necessarily reflect the student's true score. If you want to include ungraded items in the course grade calculation, you must enter a 0 (zero) for those items.
By default, the option for displaying a course grade is disabled,
and students see only their scores for each item. To display a course
grade to students, click
Course Grade Options, check the box
Display course grades to students now, and then click
To override the autocalculated course grade:
Note: When manually entering a course grade, you must
use the appropriate grade type for the Gradebook in which you are
working. For example, if the course is graded on a simple letter grade
scale, you will only be able to enter the letters
D , or
F . If the course is graded on a standard
letter grade scale, you will also be able to add
+ (plus sign) or
(minus sign) to the letter grade. If the course is graded on a
Pass/Not pass scale, you will only be able to enter the letters
Save. A log of the grade change and the author is created.
If you have overridden a course grade and you want to revert back to the autocalculated grade:
Save. The log of the student's grade will be updated to reflect the change and the author.
Note: You will have to delete the manually entered
grade and click
Save for each grade you want to change back.