New Grade Reporting Process<br />via New NCVPS Registration System<br />
Step 1.  New Registration Login and URL.Initial Login:  Username = Blackboard User ID.                        Password  = ...
Step 2.  Once logged in, you will see the menu screen below.<br />You can see that the menu has several selections.  The s...
Step 3. In the Reports Screen<br /><ul><li>  In the Reports screen you will see a list of reports available for you to ent...
The Date Open and Date Close indicate when each report will be available to you and when they will be due.
The name of the report indicates for what it will be used, i.e for Grade Reporting, No-show reporting or various other rep...
Step 4.  Once you have clicked the Edit button you should see a view similar to the one below.<br /><ul><li>In the view ab...
You should also see a plus sign out to the right of each of  the courses.  This plus sign allows you to view and enter gra...
Continued from Step 5.  To enter data, simply type in the provided fields completing them fully for each student.  Click S...
Step 6.  Once you submit the report it is checked automatically for errors.  If you did not completely and accurately fill...
Step 7.  To view errors<br />expand your course reports again and you can see a variety of errors indicated  by color flag...
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New Grade Reporting Process

  1. 1. New Grade Reporting Process<br />via New NCVPS Registration System<br />
  2. 2. Step 1. New Registration Login and URL.Initial Login: Username = Blackboard User ID. Password = pass#blackboarduserid (i.e. pass#john.doe)Web URL: http://registration.ncvps.org/ncvps<br />
  3. 3. Step 2. Once logged in, you will see the menu screen below.<br />You can see that the menu has several selections. The selection for Grade Reporting and other Reporting is the Reports Button on the menu. To get the report you need to submit for your Class/Classes , click the Reports button.<br />
  4. 4. Step 3. In the Reports Screen<br /><ul><li> In the Reports screen you will see a list of reports available for you to enter data for each of your students. Below is an example of the screen you will see.
  5. 5. The Date Open and Date Close indicate when each report will be available to you and when they will be due.
  6. 6. The name of the report indicates for what it will be used, i.e for Grade Reporting, No-show reporting or various other reports we might require.</li></li></ul><li>Continued from Step 3. In the Reports Screen<br />In this view you can see there is a “Midterm Grade Report – due July 13th.” This report is a perfect example for a grade report. We will go through this report in the next step. To begin entry for a Report you have to click the Edit button beside the selected report in the list.<br />
  7. 7. Step 4. Once you have clicked the Edit button you should see a view similar to the one below.<br /><ul><li>In the view above you will notice that there are multiple courses listed; if you are teaching more than one course you will be able to see all of your courses in a list along with submit buttons at the top and bottom of the list.
  8. 8. You should also see a plus sign out to the right of each of the courses. This plus sign allows you to view and enter grades for the students in the class. By clicking the plus sign you can expand the report for your courseand see a list of your students as well as the fields where you are able to enter data for each of your students.</li></li></ul><li>Step 5. Once you have clicked the plus sign to expand your course report, you should see a list of the students in alphabetical order by last name.<br />
  9. 9. Continued from Step 5. To enter data, simply type in the provided fields completing them fully for each student. Click Submit when you have completed your report.<br />
  10. 10. Step 6. Once you submit the report it is checked automatically for errors. If you did not completely and accurately fill out the report you will be notified on the screen below by an error message located at the bottom of the screen.<br />
  11. 11. Step 7. To view errors<br />expand your course reports again and you can see a variety of errors indicated by color flags around and through data entry fields. The error indicator colors are as follows, Red= incorrect data entered and Yellow= data is missing.<br />
  12. 12. Correct all errors and submit again. If you do not receive an error message then you have completed your report. <br />

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