Topics Map > Do-IT Yourself > Teaching and Learning
Topics Map > Do-IT Yourself > Course Management > Canvas

Canvas: New Gradebook View

This article demonstrates what information is available to instructors in Canvas's new gradebook.

View Gradebook

  

The top of the Gradebook includes global sorting options and settings you can use to organize the following:

  1. Gradebook, which will populate the selected student data in the left column.

  2. Student data, which lists student names and course sections.

  3. Assignment Data listed in the remaining columns.

  4. The Keyboard icon near the search bar lists keyboard shortcuts. You can also press the Comma key to access this menu.

View Student Name Column

The Student Name column displays each student's name and may also include a student's secondary ID, if enabled. You can hover over the column header and view the Student Name menu, which allows the following options: 

To view a student's Grades page, click the student's name in the Student Name column.

View Test Student

If you have enabled Student View in Course Settings, the Test Student is shown at the end of the Gradebook and is automatically added to every section in your course. Test Student data does not factor into course analytics. 

If you want to remove the test student completely, you must remove the test student from your section enrollments in Course Settings.

View Assignment Column

Each column in the Gradebook represents a published assignment in the Assignments page. Each column displays the assignment title, total points, and each student's grade. 

To view the assignment, click the name of the assignment.

For each assignment, you can hover over the column header and view the Assignment menu, which allows the following options:

Icons and colors represent assignments and submission statuses within Canvas, including differentiated assignments, grading periods, and MasteryPaths.

Add Columns

Assignment columns are automatically added every time you create and publish assignments, graded discussions, and graded quizzes and surveys. A column is also automatically added for the Attendance tool. 

You can manually add a column as part of importing grades to the Gradebook. However, assignments imported in the CSV file are automatically published.

You can also create non-submission or on-paper assignments to add to the Gradebook for manual grading.





Keywords:gradebook, keyboard shortcuts   Doc ID:93342
Owner:Amanda B.Group:Rice University
Created:2019-07-24 11:04 CDTUpdated:2020-09-15 16:46 CDT
Sites:Rice University
Feedback:  1   0