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The eClass GRADEBOOK_ _allows you to manage and organize a collection of grades in eClass. Items that have been assessed using an eClass activity will be automatically added to the gradebook. For example, if you add an Assignment activity to receive stude...
eClass has several options for calculating the course total for your students. These options are specified through your gradebook AGGREGATION METHOD and allow you to give items different weights in the overall course total. If your course requires extreme...
If you choose to set or display letter grades in eClass, it is important to review the default grade boundaries to ensure that the system assigns the appropriate letter grade for each range of marks that you assign. Letter grades are also THE REQUIRED OUT...
You are able to assign letter grades to specific assignments or activities in eClass using the Improved Letter Grade Scale. YOU SHOULD ALWAYS USE THIS SCALE INSTEAD OF THE STANDARD 'LETTER SCALE' SINCE THAT ONE TRANSLATES POORLY TO NUMERIC VALUES. This is...
Gradebook categories are useful for organizing and grouping multiple course assessment items by type.  For example, if the course contains a midterm worth 30%, three lab assignments worth 30% overall and a final exam worth 40%, creating a category for the...
Whenever you add an automatic grade item such as a Quiz or Assignment Activity to your course and specify a grade in its settings, a grade column will appear in the gradebook. This article will explain how to manually add a grade item that is not tied to...
If you have set up groups in your course, you might want to enable the option to filter different course administration pages by those groups. The most common use case for doing this is in the gradebook but this also works for the participants page, list ...
Some aggregation methods in the eClass gradebook allow instructors to give bonus marks for certain grade items. The aggregation methods that allow this are _Simple weighted mean of grades _and _Natural_. These two aggregations can be used to replicate mos...
__By default, eClass has some grading scales already available for use in student grading. These include the standard numeric scales (can be out of any number of points, up to 100, with 1 point intervals), and several others such as ‘Quarter points (10 to...
This article describes how to make edits to existing manual grade items, specifically the required option to specify whether to rescale existing grades when editing the maximum grade for an item after grades for students have already been entered. This ...
In the eClass gradebook, as an alternative to using the built-in mechanisms to calculate a course total [https://support.eclass.ualberta.ca/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/152/0/calculating-your-course-total], instructors can use formulas to compute...
   

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