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    • Select Assessment>Grades
    • Select Enter Grades 
    • Click Export 
  • On the Export Grades page, under the Key Fields heading, make sure you select the user information you want to include in the export.
    • Under the Grade Values heading, select the grade details you want to export.
      • Select the grade items you want to include in the export file.
        • Select Export to Excel at the bottom of the screen.
        • A popup window will appear.  When the file is available for download, click on the link and open the file.

  • Jennifer Frost says:

    Pauline,
    Thank you for the comment.

    The final grade is hidden by default. You will need to release the Final Grade for the students to see it.

    Instructions on releasing it are here:
    https://ltsa.sheridancollege.ca/learning-technology-portal/assessment/grades/releasing-grades/

    Right now the students will see their assignment grades as you enter them in the gradebook, but they will not see the final grade until you release it.

    I hope that helps. If you have any other questions or need further clarification please contact me directly. We can chat via phone/email or set up a personal consultation.

    Thank you and have a wonderful day.

    Jennifer Frost
    jennifer.frost@sheridancollege.ca

  • Pauline Giovannetti says:

    I have entered the grades for Assignment #1. However, the left column says Final Grade and currently it reads, for example, 10/100 (the Assignment was worth 10). Will this left column accumulate all the grades as they are entered? Do I have to Import/Export for grades to appear to students?

  • Jana Wells says:

    Hi Paula,

    Exporting Grades:
    To export grades in SLATE please take a look at the following page in the portal:
    https://ltsa.sheridancollege.ca/learning-technology-portal/assessment/grades/exporting-grades/

    Importing Grades
    To import the grades back in your click on Enter Grades. On the Enter Grades page you will see a blue button that says Import. Clicking on this will take you to the Import Grades page. You can attach a .csv or .txt file and click Continue to import the grades. If the grades have never existed in SLATE then please click on the Grades_Sample_Import_File under the Sample heading. Use this to format your grades for import. If you need further instruction please let me know.

  • Paula Tillmann Peirce says:

    What steps do I take to export a grade sheet for all graded elements for a course, enter the grades into the sheet, then import them back into the gradebook on SLATE?

  • Jana Wells says:

    There are two ways to load your grades. The first is to load the grades one-by-one through the Faculty Centre using the Grade Roster tool. The second is to export them from SLATE and import them in the Faculty Centre. Either way is fine!

  • Maureen Spiteri says:

    I posted the grades using the Faculty Centre so do I need to export anything from SLATE? I entered my grades in SLATE but based on the emails recieved, I am not seeing why I need ot export if I use Faculty Centre option? Thanks for the clarification