From the Performance menu (A), hover over Reports (B) and click Assignment results (C).
There are a lot of options to help you customize the report to best fit your needs.
Select Section(s) (A) – Select which sections of your course will be on the report. Choose from the current section, sections within the same course, and secondary instructor’s shared sections (if applicable).
Select Assignment(s) (B) – Select which assignments will be on the report. You can filter assignments by type using the checkboxes next to each type of assignment you want to appear in the Select Assignment(s) list box (C). Select and deselect assignments by using the CTRL key while clicking assignment names in the list box. Use Select All and Clear All buttons available at the bottom of the list box.
Specify Report Date Range (D) – Specify an optional date range for the report. Select a From and To date using the calendar icon. Note: if you don’t see any scores when you click “view report” ensure the date range is wide enough to encompass the assignments you wish to view or the entire term.
Select Attempt (E) – Specify how the student assignment score is calculated and displayed when your students are allowed multiple attempts for an assignment.
Best – Displays the best score of all submitted attempts.
Last – Displays the score of the most recently submitted attempt.
All – Display scores from all submitted assignment attempts.
Note: Blackboard and WebCT imports only accept reports that contain single attempt scores, such as “Best.”
Average – Displays the average score of all submitted assignment attempts.
Note: Average option is not available when more than one section is selected.
Exclude attempts submitted after due date – Checking this option removes any scores from assignments that were submitted after a set due date.
Drop assignments with the lowest scores – Checking this option allows you to remove assignments with the lowest scores from the report. This option is not available if you selected “Best” attempt.
Click edit next to more options to further customize the report.
Click view report (F) to generate the report.
If you click more options you can further customize the report, such as points vs. percentage score display.
Additional detail can be found by clicking the help link atop the screen.
The assignment results report will display with a list of your students in the first column and a subsequent column for each assignment with corresponding student scores.
Customize or turn off optional grade range highlights (A) in the highlights menu.
To export this report, select the format (B) (Excel or Blackboard) and then click export (C). You can also print the report (D).
If the option to export to Blackboard is not appearing, you have not yet inserted your students' Blackboard IDs into the student roster.
The total score will be located in the last column in the report. You may need to use the scrollbar (E) to reach it.
Click in a score allows you to view the questions received, the student’s responses, and the correct answers.
The student performance report opens, enabling you to navigate through an individual student’s assignment (A), adjust the points received for a question (B), and/or leave comments for the student (C).
Note: The ability to adjust credit (D) is also available to disqualify a question from an assignment and automatically adjust assignment scores for all students.
Tip: You can also drill-down to an individual student’s assignment directly via the student performance report option under the reports tab.