Moderated grading in Canvas allows multiple teaching staff to enter provisional grades and comments for an assignment. We recommend that you read the Canvas Community guides about moderated grading carefully before enabling the feature for an assignment.
In Speedgrader, annotated submissions can be downloaded as PDF files. These can be printed with the annotations using Adobe Acrobat Pro. Simply open the downloaded files in Adobe Acrobat Pro, and create a comment summary.
Depending on how you grade assignments, you will see different icons or colours in the gradebook. These are designed as indicators to assist teachers in grading assignments.
The Final Grades Tool is a University of Auckland LTI tool, accessible from the Canvas gradebook. For improved support of the Must Score rules, updates have been made to the tool.
Canvas grades history allows teachers to track and revert changes made to each assignment in their course.
Previously, the grades history page only displayed the name of the assignment with a grade change. The update will include display filters for a specific student, grader, assignment, and start and end date.
It will also allow teachers to view all grade changes in the course.
If you are using a program outside of Canvas, such as Remark or TeamMates you can bring the exported marks from these programs into Canvas.