K-State Online Grading Workshops will be on April 29, May 3, and May 4 to provide assistance for instructors preparing to deliver final course grades. Note: the original date of May 5 has been rescheduled to May 4. There will be no workshop on May 5. Continue reading “K-State Online grading workshops April 29-May 4”
K-State Online Grading Workshops will be on April 29, May 3, and May 5 to provide assistance for instructors preparing to deliver final course grades. Instructors can stop by to receive assistance with grading schemes, assignment groups, curving assignments, and any other “special” grading situations. No appointments are necessary. Continue reading “K-State Online grading workshops April 29-May 5”
The What-If tool allows students to calculate their total grade by entering hypothetical grades for all ungraded assignments. The What-If tool shows the grades the student needs to make on future assignments to get to the final course grade they want to achieve. Continue reading “K-State Online: What-If grades”
The final Grading in iSIS sessions will be presented Wednesday, May 8, and Thursday, May 9. The training is for any faculty or staff member who needs to enter grades in iSIS for the Spring 2013 semester. All sessions are in Fairchild 9. Register for the class via the www.as.ksu.edu/HRIS website. Continue reading “Last chance to sign up for Grading in iSIS”
Grades for the Spring 2013 Term are due by 5 p.m. Tuesday, May 21. The deadline to copy grades from K-State Online into iSIS is at 4 p.m. Tuesday, May 21, which allows sufficient time for back-end processes to complete.
Grade rosters will be available in iSIS for grade entry after 5 p.m. Friday, May 10.
Students will be able to view grades for regular courses in iSIS starting at 8 a.m. Wednesday, May 22.
More information about grade submission is available from the iSIS Final Grade Submission Information webpage.
‘Tis the season for instructors to give the gift of grades to students for the Fall 2012 semester. Fortunately, iSIS makes the process relatively simple and painless for all involved.
If you were unable to attend the Grading in iSIS training sessions the past two weeks, below are links to the deadlines and processes to use for submitting grades. Keep in mind that two new processes were put in place for Spring 2012 and carry over to the current and future semesters: Entering Participation Validation, and Requesting Grade Changes in iSIS. Continue reading “Resources for submitting grades in iSIS”
iSIS support staff have received several questions this past week regarding printing screens from iSIS. It seems that, in most browsers, the iSIS and K-State headings are printed, but the content of the page is omitted.
In response, several of the most common “printer friendly version” pages — such as Class and Grade Rosters, student schedules, and DARS reports — have been given a single Print button that will print the desired page.
To print any other page in iSIS, refer to the Printing from iSIS webpage and locate the instructions for your specific browser.
With the ever-increasing use of the scanning machine to grade Scantron forms over the next few months, here’s some resources to help faculty and graduate teaching assistants use it easily and safely.
- Creating Scantron assignments in K-State Online (PDF)
- Using the Scantron scanner (PDF)
- What ID number to use on Scantron test forms
- New Windows and Mac OSes USB Thumb Drive Protection (PowerPoint file Sept. 11, 2009; slide 18 covers how to disable autorun/autoplay)
Remember, the IT Help Desk (214 Hale Library) is adjacent to the scanner if you need help.
Fall Term 2009 grades are due by 5 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 22. The deadline to copy grades from K-State Online to iSIS is 4 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 22.
For all non-standard courses, grades are due five business days after the class is complete. Grade rosters for non-standard courses are available to faculty in iSIS for grade entry the day after the last day of class.
For more information about online grade submission, see iSIS Final Grade Submission Information.
Final grades for non-standard courses, which includes all summer school courses, must be submitted in iSIS by five business days after the course ends. Grade rosters for non-standard courses are available to instructors in iSIS for grade entry the day after the last day of class. NOTE: The grade submission process is not complete until instructors approve grades AND click the Save button.