End of Semester Tips
Although you may track and update your student grades in the Canvas gradebook, you will still need to submit your final, official student grades to the University Registrar. Here is a quick guide explaining how to submit grades through the Faculty-Self Service area on your MYUSF page.
Final Canvas Gradebook Totals
The Total column in the gradebook will reflect the current scores of your students. Any assignment where you have NOT entered a grade (showing a dash), will be ignored in the final Total column calculation for that student. Also, any Muted assignments will be ignored in the student view of the gradebook. As a result, students will see a total grade which differs from your instructor view gradebook total. It is good practice to review your grades one last time. At this time you should:
- Unmute all Assignments
- Grade each student for each assignment, either entering a numerical grade, zero points or excusing that student from all excused assignments.
If you decide to export your Canvas gradebook to Excel before submitting official grades to the registrar, be sure to note the columns generated. The Current Score column ignores unrecorded grades (those with a dash) while the Total Score column sets all these scores to zero.
Troubleshooting the Teaching Effectiveness Survey
If your students have trouble accessing the Teaching Effectiveness survey for your course or you have general questions about the Blue Survey tool,please contact the Office of the Registrar at (415) 422-7260 or visit the Teaching Effective Survey website.
Course Visibility and Student Access After The Semester
If you have questions about general access to your course after the semester or want to restrict access to your Canvas course, please see the Canvas Course Access and Visibility document.