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Wiki Pages: Bb9 Add Comments

 
***Updated for Fall 2011***
Adding Comments in the Grade Center
 
Any grade entry can have comments added to it from either the Grade Details page or directly through the Grade Center. 
 
Add Comments Through the Grade Center
 
1) Confirm you are in the course you would like to work in and that you have the edit mode set to ON.
 
2) From the Control Panel select Grade Center then click Full Grade Center. 
 
3) Once you are in the Full Grade Center, mouse over an entered grade. 
 
4) Select the Action Link for the cell and from the drop-down menu select Quick Comment
 
 
5) Enter text into either Feedback to User (to share with the student) or Grading Notes (to share with other Instructors, TAs and Graders) or both and then select Submit to save your comments.
 
 
Add Comments Through the Grade Details page

1) Confirm you are in the course you would like to work in and that you have the edit mode set to ON.
 
2) From the Control Panel select Grade Center then click Full Grade Center.
 
3) Once you are in the Full Grade Center, mouse over an entered grade.
 
4) Select the Action Link for the cell and from the drop-down menu select View Grade Details.
 
 
5) In the Grade Details page, select the Manually Override tab in the center frame near the top. 
 
 
6) Enter numerical value for Override Grade. Enter text into either Feedback to User (to share with the student) or Grading Notes (to share with other Instructors, TAs and Graders) or both and then select Save to finish.
 

 
Add Comments to an Exemption
Adding comments to an exemption follows the same steps as adding comments to the Grade Center (see top of page), except the cell contains an Exempted Grade.
 

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