Tegrity Gradebook Integration (Instructors)
How do I enable the gradebook integration?
The gradebook integration must first be enabled by your Tegrity administrator. Once it is enabled, you can configure it in your course settings:
- Log in to Tegrity
- Navigate to your desired course
- Click on Course Tasks
- Click on Course Settings
- Under the Grading section, choose one of the following grading methods:
- % of recording viewed
- total minutes
- Click OK
Note: If you do not see the grading options, please contact your Tegrity administrator.
How do I make recordings gradable?
To start using the grade book integration, you can enable the option Enable grading by default for all new instructor recordings. This option only applies to future recordings. You can also selectively choose which recordings are gradable.
To make your existing assignments gradable:
- Navigate to your list of recordings
- Click on the checkbox to the right of the recording title
- Click on Recording Tasks
- Choose Edit Recording Properties
- Click on the Enable grading for this recording checkbox
- Click Save
To disable grading for any assignment, follow the same steps above but uncheck the grading option in step 5. You can also uncheck the Enable grading by default for all new instructor recordings checkbox in the course settings to exclude new recordings from grading (you can still manually enable grading for individual recordings using the steps above).
What will I see in my Learning Management System (LMS)?
Once the Gradebook feature has been enabled, a new column will appear in your LMS gradebook for each recording your students view. Only recordings that have been viewed by at least one student will appear in the gradebook.
If you have enabled student recording or test proctoring, you will also see corresponding Student Recordings and Proctored Recordings columns. Students will be awarded one point for each recording they make.
What should my students do?
Students must also be logged in to receive credit. If students view a recording using an anonymous link, they will not receive credit.
Students can view your recordings the same way they always do. Students will see a graded recording label along with their score for any graded recording. This information is displayed below the recording title. When students hover their mouse over their score or the graded recording label, they will see a tooltip showing the grading method used to score their grade.