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Anonymous grading allows you to grade students' assignments and projects without seeing their namenames; this is useful if you want to remain completely impartial to students' attempts at assignments.

Step-by-step guide

  1. On your Course Site, under the Control Panel, click Grade Grade Center, and then click Full GradeGrade Center


  2. Locate the column you wish to grade, click  to the drop-down arrow to open the Contextual menu, and then click Grade wit with User Names Hidden.


  3. In the Review Current Attempt section, review the student's assignment attempt.
  4. In the Grade box, type the grade you wish to give the student. Provide feedback, if needed.
  5. In the Instructor's Add Notes section, leave any notes for yourself or other instructors on the grade.
  6. To save the current student's grade and finish, click Submit. To save the current student's grade and move on to the next, click Save Draft.


  7. To move to the next user student’s attempt, click the right arrow at the top of the page


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