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Grade Center

Use these resources to learn best practices when grading in your online classroom.

Grade Center Resources

A curated collection of resources that provide information on how to best utilize the Grade Center within Blackboard.

Grade Center Interface and Action Bar

Provides an introduction to the Grade Center Interface and the options found within the Action Bar.

Accessing Assignments for Grading

Provides an overview of the two methods that can be used to access assignments for grading within Blackboard.

Grade Center Interface Interactive Tutorial

An interactive tutorial on how to navigate the Grade Center interface, customize the Grade Center, and track student performance and activity.

Column Organization

Provides an overview of the Column Organization page in the Grade Center, and how it can be used to organize the Full Grade Center.

Utilizing Needs Grading

Outlines how to utilize the Needs Grading page within the Grade Center.

Grading Periods

Provides instructions on how to create Grading Periods within Blackboard courses.

Grading with a Rubric

Provides an overview on how to grade assignments with the integrated interactive rubric within the Grade Center.

Clearing Attempts

Provides an overview on how to clear a student's submission from the Grade Center.

Grading Discussion Forums

Provides an overview on how to grade Discussion Forums within the Blackboard classroom.

Clearing Attempts

Provides faculty with an overview on how to clear a student's submission from the Grade Center.

Additional Resources

Blackboard Grading for Instructors

If you need additional information, access Blackboard resources here.

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