The Gradebook is where Moodle collects scores for graded items from the various parts of your course.
In the Gradebook you can:
- view and edit marks
- import or manually enter grades for assessments conducted offline
- sort items into grade categories
- add weightings to grades and calculate totals.
When you create a gradable activity within your course, the Gradebook automatically creates space (a grade item) for that activity’s grades. As you or the system assign marks within the completed activity, the assigned grades are automatically sent through to the Gradebook. The final marks for assignments marked using a rubric or using a marking guide are also sent through to the Gradebook. When you mark Turnitin assignments using GradeMark, these grades are transferred to the Gradebook.
You can also create offline assignments, or manually add columns to the Gradebook for items that are conducted offline, so that you can enter marks for those activities directly in the Gradebook, provide feedback to students using the Moodle interface, and have students' scores included in a student’s total.
The following support pages will help you use the Gradebook: