GradeHub has merged with Gradescope. Former GradeHub users and all UND faculty now have access to full suite of Gradescope assignment types.
Gradescope is a feedback and assessment tool that reduces the pain and time associated with grading exams, homework, and other assignments. It is widely used for delivering assessments remotely and enables instructors and graders to provide better and more timely feedback, resulting in improved learning outcomes.
A few highlights include:
- More quality and timely feedback, resulting in improved learning outcomes
- Dynamic rubrics that help streamline the tedious parts of grading while increasing
grading consistency and decreasing bias
- Various assignment types ranging from fully online with many question types to
handwritten, or a combination of the two
- AI-assisted grading which allows instructors to automatically group similar answers
grade all the answers in each group at once
To get started using Gradescope in your Blackboard course, you will need to complete the following steps:
To view the complete guide including troubleshooting guidance, please view the Using Gradescope with Blackboard as an Instructor help document.
- How do I get started moving my assessments online?
- How do I set up a paper-based assignment for remote assessment?
- What Gradescope workflow will let my students handwrite or draw answers?
- What are my options if students have access to a printer?
- How should students convert their paper-based or handwritten work into high-quality PDF's?
- What Gradescope workflow will let me students type in answers online?
- Is there a way to set up a timed assignment in Gradescope?
- FInd articles and documentation in the Gradescope searchable Help Center
- Register for a weekly Gradescope Workshop hosted every Thursday
- View a recording of a Get Started with Gradescope Workshop with chapters for easy navigation
- View a recording of an Advanced Gradescope Workshop with chapters for easy navigation
- Email Gradescope with any questions you have
- Submit PDF homework
- Troubleshoot submission issues
- Submit an online assignment
- Viewing feedback & requesting regrades
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