How to…

Use the Grade Centre
The VLE @ GSA
You can use the Grade Centre in
the VLE to give students marks and
feedback. It is accessible in any
course form the Contr...
Click on the Full Grade Centre for
an overview of activities and
assignments.
Scroll along to see records for all
students...
Grade Centre Columns can be
created in the Grade Centre. A
Grade Centre Column is also
automatically created when you
crea...
Edit Grade Centre Column
information by clicking on the
arrow to the right of the title
and choosing Edit column
informati...
Here you can include
additional information and
customise the settings, such
as how the grade will be
displayed (number, t...
It is also advisable to hide the
column from students until
you are ready for the marks to
be available.
An icon will be displayed
when
a
students
has
submitted a file. You can
preview the file by choosing
View Grade Details to...
Click View Attempts to view file.

You can also Allow Additional Attempts here.
On the next page you can
preview
the
uploaded
document, add a grade and
switch between attempts (if
multiple allowed).

Yo...
Back in the main Grade Centre, you
can also individually enter a grade
straight into the column. If this is in
the incorre...
You will also be asked to
confirm that you wish to
submit the grade.
With the grade added, you
can now also leave feedback.
Click on the arrow to the right
of the grade you have entered
and c...
Leave feedback in the
Feedback to User pane and
notes for yourself and other
staff in Grading Notes.
Students are now able to
access their grades and
feedback via the Global
Navigation Menu.
Students can view their grade
and any feedback here.
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VLE GSA - How to use the Grade Centre

  1. 1. How to… Use the Grade Centre The VLE @ GSA
  2. 2. You can use the Grade Centre in the VLE to give students marks and feedback. It is accessible in any course form the Control Panel > Grade Centre.
  3. 3. Click on the Full Grade Centre for an overview of activities and assignments. Scroll along to see records for all students in Grade Centre Columns.
  4. 4. Grade Centre Columns can be created in the Grade Centre. A Grade Centre Column is also automatically created when you create an Assignment in a content area. (See How To guide on Adding Assignments).
  5. 5. Edit Grade Centre Column information by clicking on the arrow to the right of the title and choosing Edit column information.
  6. 6. Here you can include additional information and customise the settings, such as how the grade will be displayed (number, text for alphanumeric, etc).
  7. 7. It is also advisable to hide the column from students until you are ready for the marks to be available.
  8. 8. An icon will be displayed when a students has submitted a file. You can preview the file by choosing View Grade Details to the right of the icon.
  9. 9. Click View Attempts to view file. You can also Allow Additional Attempts here.
  10. 10. On the next page you can preview the uploaded document, add a grade and switch between attempts (if multiple allowed). You can also download a copy of the assessment.
  11. 11. Back in the main Grade Centre, you can also individually enter a grade straight into the column. If this is in the incorrect format, a message will show.
  12. 12. You will also be asked to confirm that you wish to submit the grade.
  13. 13. With the grade added, you can now also leave feedback. Click on the arrow to the right of the grade you have entered and choose Quick Comment from the menu.
  14. 14. Leave feedback in the Feedback to User pane and notes for yourself and other staff in Grading Notes.
  15. 15. Students are now able to access their grades and feedback via the Global Navigation Menu.
  16. 16. Students can view their grade and any feedback here.
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