How do I "finalize students"?
Hello James Caplinger Welcome to the Canvas Community. Thank you for posting your question. I'm not exactly sure what you mean by "finalize students". That doesn't sound like any terminology that Canvas uses. Could you please provide some more detail on what you are trying to accomplish? Thanks James!
Thanks for the reply.
Having read the guide, I am presuming that the use of the phrase "finalize
students" was meant to refer to the sections "Posting Final Grades" and
"Concluding Enrollments in Canvas".
If it turns out I am in error about this, I will let you know.
I am getting closer to understanding what you are needing an answer to is how do you wrap up a term for your course section and its enrolled students. This is a good question, but the answers can be quite varied depending on how your school or district is set up.
Here is some help to get your started. Since I do not know if you are asking as a teacher or an admin, these resources might be a bit of overkill:
And now for the stuff that will truly vary between schools and districts:
I hope this is helpful, and if you can further clarify what you are asking, we will try to provide more specific help.
Thank you Kelly. I think that we use a program called "speedgrader" but I
have not had a chance to explore it yet.
On Wed, Jun 20, 2018 at 1:33 PM, Kelley L. Meeusen <email@example.com>
James SpeedGrader is a functionality inside of Canvas that is used to grade student submissions, so I think you are a bit confused there. You can learn more about SpeedGrader at https://community.canvaslms.com/docs/DOC-10460#jive_content_id_SpeedGrader
You might also find the self-paced training videos at Instructor Self-Paced Video Resources helpful.
Since I forgot earlier, welcome to Canvas!
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