Assignment View Form

This form lets you view and edit the details of an assignment and the student grades. The form has two pages: Details, Documents and Gradebook.

Details

This page displays the assignment details.

  • Class identified by its Course, Section and Term.
  • Title: title of the assignment.
  • Assignment Type: type of assignment for grading purposes (see Assignment Types under the Details page of the Class View Form help topic for more details.)
  • Weight Within Type: weight of this assignment when computing the student average for all class assignments of this type
  • Assigned: date work was assigned.
  • Due: date work is due
  • Description: description/explanation of what the student is expected to do.

Click on the lower right to edit this information via the Assignment Edit Form.

Documents

This page displays all the documents that have been attached to this assignment.

Click on the file name (purple) to download the file or on the hyperlink (blue) to navigate to the online document. Click anywhere on the line outside of either link to edit or view more information about the document via the Class Document Edit Form.

Click on the lower right of the screen to upload a new document or a new link that will be attached to this assignment. Depending on how your institution has configured College Office, you may be restricted in the size of the document that can be uploaded.

Gradebook

Note that audit students are excluded from the gradebook.

This page lists the students of the class. Each tile shows:

  • Student name.
  • Percentage grade the student received for this assignment.
  • Date work was received.

Click on the lower right to record all grades at once via the Record Assignment Grades Form.

Click on a tile to record or change a single student's grade, the date their work was received and the teacher's comments via the Gradebook Single Entry Form.

Note: College Office can automatically assign a final grade to a student by computing the final average of the assignment grades rounded to the closest whole number and then matching this average to a final grade according the Lower % and Upper % values assigned to each final grade via Grades in Setup. The computation of the final average also depends on the way Class Assignment Types have been defined.

Note: this form lets you grade one assignment for all students, to grade all the assignments of one students see the Class Enrollment Edit Form.


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