In one of my courses I see the word "Marks" instead of "Grades". It seems it work the same way. Why this happens? Does it have any difference?
Anna, "Marks" is the term customarily used in Australia to refer to "Grades," so I wonder if the language for that particular course has been set to something other than American English. You can check this by clicking on the Settings link in the left navigation for that course and inspecting the language, as described in How do I change the language preference for a course? . I played around with this in a sandbox course, and found that if I set the language to English (Australian), the Grades link changed to Marks. So give that a try!
No I am teaching 4 courses and only in one of them I see Marks in all the
others I see Grades. I see that even the name is Marks the grades are fine.
Is there any difference in terms of students' grades or not?
Thank you so much,
Mathematics & Statistics Department
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
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Thank you thank you!!! That's it! I changed it.
I appreciate your help.
Have a wonderful day,
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Thanks for letting us know, Anna! I'm glad it worked.
I really appreciate your help. I changed it.
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