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How do I set all ungraded items to zero in Gradebook?

Updated Dec 09, 2020

Note: Gradebook does not include ungraded items in the course grade calculation. This could result in a higher course grade average for a student if he or she has incomplete items. To include a Gradebook item in the course grade calculation, you must enter a grade of zero or higher. If you want to enter zeros for all Gradebook items that have not been graded, you should set ungraded items to zero. This can be done for all students and all Gradebook items in a single step.

Select Gradebook.

Select Gradebook from your site's tool menu

In the target Sakai site, select the Gradebook tool from the Tool Menu.

Select the down arrow in the Course Grade column.

Select the down arrow and choose Set Zero Score for Empty Cells
  1. Select the down arrow in Course Grade column.
  2. Then, choose Set Zero Score for Empty Cells.

Select Update.

Select Update

You will be prompted to confirm this action. If you are sure you want to assign zeros to all ungraded items, select Update.

Warning: You cannot undo this action, so be sure you are ready to assign zeros before continuing!

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