How do I download Tests & Quizzes submissions for grading offline?
You can download assessment responses for grading offline, including bulk downloading submissions to a File Upload question so you can easily access them from a single folder on your computer.
For more information on entering assessment grades and comments, see the following articles:
Select the Published-All option in the View drop-down to view the assessments that have been released to students in your site.
Select the Scores option from the drop-down menu for the assessment you would like to grade.
Alternatively, you may click on the number of student submissions in the Submitted column to view the submissions.
You can export an Excel spreadsheet that contains all the students' responses and scores for an assessment, as well as any comments you entered for students on the Total Scores screen.
Click the second Export button on the screen to export the file.
Depending on your browser settings, you may be asked to save or open the file. Once downloaded, you can open the file in a spreadsheet program, such as Excel.
The resulting spreadsheet lists the students' names, user names, number of the assessment submission (if multiple submissions were allowed), final scores, any Grader's comments you entered for students in the Total Scores screen, and the students' responses to each question.
Note: Certain question types, such as File Upload questions and Audio Recording questions, which need to be graded within the Tests & Quizzes screen, will not be able to display answers in the spreadsheet.
If your assessment has a File Upload question, you can download all submissions to it simultaneously (e.g. to add inline comments, or for ease of reading certain types of files from your computer.)
Click on the Questions link in the assessment menu to access the list of questions.
From the list of question numbers, select the File Upload question. Each question is listed as the letter Q with the question number (e.g. Q1, Q2).
- Based on your internet browser settings, you may be prompted to save the file. Save it to your local disk.
- Unzip the resulting zip file. You can see all the students' submissions in one folder. Each submission will be labeled with the student's name, followed by an underscore, then the student's user name, another underscore, and the file name.