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You can override the overall grade with a grade notation. A grade notation is useful if a student can't complete the course or otherwise doesn't meet the requirements for completion. Grade notations can include Incomplete, Withdrawal, and so on. This article will show you how to create the Grade notations along with applying and removing the grade notation to a student's Overall Grade.
When you create a gradable item, it automatically appears in the gradebook and is associated with the appropriate category. You can create new categories to customize how coursework is grouped in your course. You can use custom categories when you set up the overall grade. This article will show you how to apply customized grade category to existing gradable items in the Gradebook.
This article will show you how to grade your student activities within a discussion which as a rubric associated to it.
You can add calculations based on the average, total, maximum, or minimum of the variables you include, such as categories, graded items, and other calculations. For example, add a calculation that displays the average of all assignments so students have an overall picture of their performance. You can add as many calculations as you need. This article will show you how to add the average calculation for a group of gradable items.
In this article, you will learn that three options for the Overall Grade Calculation (Points, Weighted, Advanced). This article will show you how to setup your Overall Grade by the Weighted Calculations.
This article will show instructors how to access and modify their course's grade schema.
This article will show what tasks you will perform within the Gradebook Student Grid View.
This article will show you how you can override a student's assessment score within the Gradebook.
This article will show you how to download your Gradebook to work offline.
When you create a gradable item, it automatically appears in the gradebook and is associated with the appropriate category. You can use categories when you create calculated items, such as an assignments average. You can create new categories to customize how coursework is grouped in your course. You can use custom categories when you set up the overall grade.
This article will show you how to reorganize the columns in the Gradebook by accessing the Gradable Items list is your default view of the course gradebook.
This article will show how to grade discussion board forums in Blackboard.
This article will show you how to grade students' submitted work for a particular assignment in Blackboard.