VoiceThread assignment submissions are not accessible through the grade center. Click on the VoiceThread assignment link in your content area to display the grader (See, Fig. 1).
Figure 1: VoiceThread assignment grading framework

On the right side of the page, you will see your course roster. If a student is missing from the roster, it means that student has not clicked into your assignment at all yet, but they will appear as soon as they do. Students can fall into three categories:

  • Submitted: Students who have submitted their final assignment
  • In progress: Students who have started working on the assignment but have not yet submitted
  • Unattempted: Students who have not yet begun working on the assignment at all

You can enter grades for students who are listed as “Submitted” or “In progress.”  Click on a student's name to see their submission, then enter the grade into the text box or pass/fail selector on the right and press Enter on your keyboard.

Additional features

  • Reminders
    To remind a student to submit, click on the student's name, and then click on the Remind button. You can also click Remind Students at the bottom of the list to remind all students who have not yet submitted.
  • Un-submitting
    If a student has submitted an assignment but needs to try again, click on the student's name, click on Additional options beneath the grading area, then click Unsubmit.
  • Changing grades
    To see students who have already been graded, click on the Graded tab in the top-right corner, and then click on any student in that list to enter a new grade for them.
  • Student gallery
    If you have created a Create a VoiceThread assignment and enabled the student gallery, you will see the student gallery button on the main landing page (Assignment Details area).
  • Edit the assignment
    If you need to make changes to how this assignment is configured, click on the menu icon top-right and select Edit assignment (See, Fig 2)
    Figure 2: Edit an existing VoiceThread assignment

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Modified on: Tue, Nov 24, 2020 at 10:17 AM