Anonymous Grading with Blackboard


Tests that are not automatically graded by the system can be graded by the instructor with student identities hidden.  This type of grading can reduce or eliminate bias when evaluating student responses to test questions.
1)     To begin, access the Full Grade Center and find the column you wish to enter grades for

2)      Select its Action link.

3)      Scroll down to enter scores for the questions.

4)      Questions require a score only if they are not automatically graded.

5)      After the scores are entered, click Save and Next to continue scoring another test.

6)      A notification indicates that the grade was successfully edited.

7)      Continue scoring.

8)      When scoring is complete, click Save and Exit to return to the Grade Center.

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24-10-2016 17:24
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