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To Change the Course Total Grade Display Type: 1. Click on the Gradebook setup link in the Administration Block on your course front page.
Article Id: 18528
Category: Frequently Asked Questions

One method to expand and collapse collumns in Gradebook view is changing the display. This can be accomplished using the View toggles to the right of the Grade Categories listed. To Expand and Collapse Columns in Moodle: 1. Log in to ...
Article Id: 19577
Category: Frequently Asked Questions

Course Grade Breakdown: Course Grade Breakdown allows the user view the letter, percent range, real grade range, highest percent, highest real grade, lowest percent, lowest real grade, percent average, real grade average, percent of...
Article Id: 18480
Category: Frequently Asked Questions

If you have graded items within a gradebook category, you can choose to have a specified number of the lowest items not count toward the category total. This option is referred to as Drop Lowest grades. You may instead choose to count only a specified number of high grades, ignoring the rest of the items in a category. This option is referred to...
Article Id: 18504
Category: Frequently Asked Questions

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Article Id: 18485
Category: Frequently Asked Questions

The CSV Importer may be used to import grades from sources outside the current gradebook. To work correctly, the CSV file should have column headings and contain a unique identifier that can correspond to one of the unique identifier options in Moodle as explained below. How to Use the CSV Importer: 1. Log in...
Article Id: 18489
Category: Frequently Asked Questions

General Information If you would like to give a student extra points on a grade item, you can just edit the student's score by adding those points to it, and Moodle will calculate it accordingly. Example: If a student scores a 97 out of 100 on an exam, and also got the 5-point bonus question correct. You can...
Article Id: 18505
Category: Frequently Asked Questions

*NOTE: Beginning the Fall 2015 semester, plus/minus grading is required for all undergraduate, graduate, and professional courses using the A+ through F letter grading system. The default scale in Moodle will be a “sample” grading scale in which instructors can adjust to meet their own needs. If the plus and minus scale does...
Article Id: 18490
Category: Frequently Asked Questions

Moodle allows you to transfer your students' final grades into your myLSU grade sheets. You will still need to go through the myLSU Post Grades process to submit grades to the Registrar's Office. NOTE : Only the Instructor of Record can submit the mid-term and final grades for a...
Article Id: 18606
Category: Frequently Asked Questions

This feature allows the primary instructor of a course to refresh the enrollment to immediately get the most current list of students enrolled in a Moodle course based on enrollment in the mainframe. Although Moodle rosters are automatically updated as students add/drop a course, it is an overnight process. After Reprocess is used, an instructor must wait a minimum of 1 hour to use the...
Article Id: 18497
Category: Frequently Asked Questions