Wednesday, May 4, 2016

New Option to Post Grades for Multiple Sections at Once

Infinite Campus recently updated Campus Instruction to allow for posting grades for multiple sections at once! This enhancement is coming just in time to save a few extra steps and clicks as teachers prepare to submit final grades for the 2015-16 school year.

Have you ever visited Campus Community? The article below is a good example of the "how-to" information available to everyone.


Post Grades for Multiple Sections in the Post Grades Tool

Path: Campus Instruction > Post Grades > Multi-Post Grades

The Multi-Post Grades tool can be used to post and update posted grades for multiple courses at one time.

  1. Select Multi-Post Grades.
  2. If desired, use the Post to Filter dropdown lists to limit the posting options to a specific term, section and/or task.
  3. If only a specific section(s) and standard/grading task should be selected for posting, uncheck the Select All checkbox at the top of the Section column. This will be selected by default. Sections to be included in the posting of grades will need to be manually selected. Individual sections may also be manually deselected.
  4. If the term from which grades should be posted is the same for all courses, select the term in the Post from Term dropdown list at the top of the Post from Term column.
  5. If the standard or grading task from which grades are being posted is the same for all courses, select it in the Post from Standard/Grading Task dropdown list at the top of the Post from Standard/Grading Task column. This will change what is displayed in the corresponding dropdown lists for the sections listed.
  6. Individual "posting from" selections may be made for sections if the term, standard or grading task varies by section.
  7. Click Next.

  8. If desired, individual student grades may be reviewed by selecting a specific section. The number of grades being posted will be displayed in the New/Updated Grades column. The number of students for whom there are no grades to post will be displayed in the No Grades column.
  9. When finished, click Post.



Overwrite Existing Grades

  1. If desired, use the Post to Filter dropdown lists to limit the posting options to a specific term, section and/or task.
    Mark the Overwrite Existing Grades checkbox.
  2. If only a specific section(s) and standard/grading task should be selected for posting, uncheck the Select All checkbox at the top of the Section column. This will be selected by default. Sections to be included in the posting of grades will need to be manually selected. Sections may also be manually deselected.
  3. If the term from which grades should be posted is the same for all courses, select the term in the Post from Term dropdown list  at the top of the Post from Term column.
  4. If the standard or grading task from which grades are being posted is the same for all courses, select it in the Post from Standard/Grading Task dropdown list at the top of the Post from Standard/Grading Task column. This will change what is displayed in the corresponding dropdown lists for the sections listed.
  5. Individual "posting from" selections may be made for sections if the term, standard or grading task varies by section.
  6. Click Next.

  7. Review the posting from and to options before overwriting posted grades. If desired, individual student grades may be reviewed by selecting a specific section. The number of grades being updated will be displayed in the New/Updated Grades column. The number of students for whom there are no grades to post will be displayed in the No Grades column.
  8. When finished, click Post.

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