Webcourses@UCF Gradebook

The Webcourses@UCF Gradebook was updated for everyone beginning Monday, May 6, 2019.

New UCF Policy for Recording Grades in Webcourses@UCF

A  new UCF policy will take effect beginning with the Fall 2019 semester, which requires all faculty members to record grades in Webcourses@UCF throughout each semester. This policy was put in place to ensure that students have prompt feedback and knowledge of their course progress.

What new features have been added to the Gradebook?

What features are no longer in the Gradebook?

  • Assignment Details—this feature is being addressed as part of Canvas Studio Priority: Analytics 2
  • Hide Student Names—this feature is being addressed as part of Canvas Studio Priority: Anonymous & Moderated Marking (hiding student names is still available in SpeedGrader, which is a separate feature and not affected by this project)
  • Treat Ungraded as 0—this feature will be modified in a future release of the Gradebook that will include more viewing options for total grades

Gradebook Workshop

During summer 2019, Webcourses@UCF Support hosted a short workshop reviewing the gradebook. If you missed the workshop or would like to view it again, you can watch a recording of the workshop. For additional gradebook workshops, check out the Webcourses@UCF Support training schedule.

Gradebook Tour

CDL Gradebook Guides

Gradebook Canvas Guides

For Instructors

For Students