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Manual Grading of a Quiz (either scroll down through page or select from one of the following choices)
About Manual Grading
Manual Grading of a Quiz

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Laulima Based Tutorials
WebCT Based Tutorials

> Exporting Existing WebCT Quizzes/Surveys & Importing into Laulima Tests & Quizzes Tool

Stay tuned for additional tutorials!

> Adding a Syllabus
> Adding a new course section (organizer page)
> Adding a single page (single page link to .pdf, .html, .doc, etc.)
> Adding a URL (link to an outside resource site)
> Adding the Student Presentation Tool
> Adding the Assignment Tool
> Adding a TA
(teaching assistant)
> Adding a co-designer
> Adding Guest Accounts
> Adding a PowerPoint presentation (for Windows)
> Adding a PowerPoint presentation (for Macintosh)
> Adding a PowerPoint for Downloading

> Narrating PowerPoint & Processing in Impatica
> Adding a Quiz or Survey

> Importing and Uploading a Quiz via Respondus (for Windows)
> Importing and Uploading Games/Self-Test via StudyMate (for Windows)
> Importing and Uploading a Multiple Choice Quiz via MakeQuiz (for Macintosh)
> Manual Grading of a Quiz
> Assessment Strategies
> Viewing Quiz/Survey Statistics
> Adding a Score (grade) column
> Adding a Final Score (grade) column
> Downloading and Importing e-packs
> Creating and Restoring a Course Backup
> Fast Uploading of multiple Files with WebDAV
> Exporting/Importing the Student Database
> Exporting Final Grades to Banner
> Word 2000 & 2003
> Private (group) Discussions

About Manual Grading:
Instructors may need to manually grade it a quiz if paragraph type questions was used OR to alter question scores.

Manual Grading of a Quiz:
Enter into the assessment area of the course, you may need to select the icon/link for a particular quiz. Next to the header for "Results" click on the “Submissions” button

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You will notice a listing of all students in your course. If paragraph type questions were used you will see “Ungraded” in the “Status” column”.

Click on the “1” or any numbered link in the “No.” column (the number will vary depending upon the number of submissions or attempts set in the quiz settings)

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At this point you can scroll down through the submitted exam, add additional comments, alter scores (enter new score in the "Override score" textblock) OR add a new score for Paragraph type questions (enter score in the "Score" textblock), scroll down and click "Update grade".

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