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The Gradebook setup page provides instructors access to set up and make changes to their Moodle course gradebook. Options available in this view include creating and editing grade categories and graded items. To Access the Gradebook Setup in a Moodle course: 1. Log into Moodle and select desired course.
Article Id: 20210
Category: Gradebook

Moodle allows instructors to hide their Gradebook from students within a given course. This will remove the Grades link from the course thumbnail on the students’ My Courses as well as the removing the Grades icon from Course tools To Hide your Gradebook: 1. From the main course...
Article Id: 20377
Category: Gradebook

General Information The Moodle Gradebook can be exported in the following formats: Key Manager, OpenDocument Spreadsheet, Plain Text (CSV) File, Excel Spreadsheet, & XML File. To Export Your Gradebook: 1. Log into Moodle and select the course from which you wish to export grades.
Article Id: 20357
Category: Gradebook

The CSV Importer may be used to import grades from sources outside the current gradebook. To work correctly, the CSV file should have column headings and contain a unique identifier that can correspond to one of the unique identifier options in Moodle as explained below. Email address or LSU ID number (89 number) are commonly used. You must also...
Article Id: 20358
Category: Gradebook

The Smart File Importer allows instructors to quickly upload grades to a graded item to Moodle by using a .CSV or .TXT file. A graded item will need to be created in the Gradebook before the grades are uploaded. The specific format of your file depends upon whether it is using the LSU ID number (89 number) or Email address as the unique identifier for the student. Please note...
Article Id: 20359
Category: Gradebook

General Information: Moodle allows users to curve graded assignments using the Offset and Multiplicator tools. The Multiplicator is a factor by which all grades for a graded item will be multiplied. For example, if the multiplicator is 2.0 and the...
Article Id: 20215
Category: Gradebook

Moodle allows instructors to hide grades manually, or hide grades until a scheduled date. To Hide/Show Graded Items: 1. From the Gradebook Setup screen, click Edit for the grade item you wish to hide 2. If you wish to manually hide the grade immediately, simply click...
Article Id: 20214
Category: Gradebook

Grading in Moodle involves several components, best practices, and guidelines to enhance the grading process and facilitate ease of use. Included in this is the Moodle Gradebook, a robust tool for faculty to use to keep up with their students' grades. 1. Grading Best Practices Grade within the activity —when entering grades for...
Article Id: 20160
Category: Gradebook

General Information If you would like to give a student extra points on a grade item, you can edit the student's score by adding those points to it, and Moodle will calculate it accordingly. Example: If a student scores a 97 out of 100 on an exam, and also got the 5-point bonus question correct. You can type...
Article Id: 20213
Category: Gradebook

*NOTE: Plus/minus grading is required for all undergraduate, graduate, and professional courses using the A+ through F letter grading system. The default scale in Moodle will be a “sample” grading scale in which instructors can adjust to meet their own needs. If the plus and minus scale...
Article Id: 20341
Category: Gradebook