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Gradescope

News

  • As of Winter 2018, UCSD has licensed Gradescope. If you already had an existing @ucsd.edu account with Gradescope, your account should have been automatically transitioned to the institutional license.
  • As of Fall 2018, Gradescope integration with TritonEd for automatic class roster and gradebook management can be OPTIONALLY enabled by ITS-ETS on a per course by request basis.  Request integration EARLY in the quarter (i.e. at least 2 weeks before you want to use Gradescope to process your first exam) since it takes time for integration to be setup.
  • As of 04/02/2019, UC has acquired a systemwide agreement for Gradescope.
  • As of Fall 2020, UCSD has switched to using the Canvas LMS, replacing TritonEd.  Please see updated integration instructions.

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New to Gradescope? Getting Started for Instructors/TAs


Gradescope WITH Canvas Integration (RECOMMENDED)

  1. Login to Canvas.
  2. On the left sidebar, go to "Courses" -> (Select your course) -> "Gradescope".
  3. Follow the Gradescope prompts about how to "Link To Canvas Course".
  4. Linking your Canvas and Gradescope courses
  5. Syncing your roster
  6. Creating a Gradescope assignment and linking it to Canvas
  7. Grading submissions
  8. Posting grades
  9. Get Started

Gradescope WITHOUT Canvas Integration

  1. Create an instructor account at gradescope.com using your OFFICIAL @ucsd.edu email address. Details:
    1. Go to the Sign Up Form for Gradescope.
    2. Click the "Instructor" button.
    3. In the "FIRST NAME" field, enter in your first name.
    4. In the "LAST NAME" field, enter in your last name.
    5. In the "SCHOOL EMAIL ADDRESS" field, enter in your OFFICIAL "@ucsd.edu" UCSD email address. Do NOT use a departmental email address such as @math.ucsd.edu.
    6. In the "SCHOOL" popup menu, choose "UC San Diego" from the list.
    7. In the "HOW DID YOU HEAR ABOUT US?" field, leave it blank.
    8. In the "INVITE CODE" field, leave it blank.
    9. Click the "Sign up as an instructor" button.
    10. If successful, a signup acknowledgement page should appear. Check your UCSD email account for a new "Welcome to Gradescope!" email from gradescope.com containing additional instructions to set up your Gradescope account (set your password, etc.). The email may take a few minutes to arrive.
  2. Creating a Gradescope course
  3. Adding students
  4. Creating a Gradescope assignment
  5. Grading submissions
  6. Exporting grades
  7. Get Started

Scanners

  • For MATH course Instructors/TAs/Graders, self-service high-speed sheetfed document scanners are available in AP&M 7018, AP&M 6016, AP&M 5871, and AP&M 2331. Access and use is restricted to current Mathematics Department affiliates. Please contact mathhelp@math.ucsd.edu if you need help using the scanners.
  • Imprints also offers document scanning services for a fee.
  • Some Imprints-managed multifunction copiers on campus have scanning capability. Access and use may be restricted based on location.
  • Gradescope has instructions on how to scan on iOS/Android devices and upload to Gradescope.

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