In what appears to be a gradebook calculation anomaly, be sure items are categorized appropriately even if you course is only using categories for organization - otherwise final course grade calculations may be inaccurate - as the following video explains. https://youtu.be/UcpzZ6K1nuo To address categorization of an item, check the Gradebook>Settings>Categories and Weighting to insure … Continue reading Gradebook Calculation Anomoly
To post midterm or end-of-term grades you'll need to have access to both Sakai and My.JohnsonU.edu. Both sites use the same set of credentials to login. The easiest way is to pull up your course in Sakai, and then open up a corresponding window for your course in My.JohnsonU.edu in a separate window or tab … Continue reading How do I post official midterm or end-of-term grades?
You can access an unofficial copy of your transcript, register for classes and see financial aid information (if applicable) by using CampusConnect. You can login to CampusConnect with your student ID (6 digits) and PIN (4 digit) at http://www.johnsonu.edu/campus. Once logged in follow the onscreen menus to find the information you're looking for.
Summary This article includes instructions on how to communicate mid-term and final grades to the Registrar. Official grades are recorded and reported through the FacultyAccess system. No connection between Sakai and FacultyAccess exists at this time, so faculty must finalize their grades in Sakai and then record those grades in FacultyAccess. In Sakai, go to … Continue reading How do I communicate mid-term and final grades to the Registrar?
Sakai can calculate and store grade information and distribute it to students online using the Gradebook tool. This tool is very flexible and allows instructors to: Autocalculate course grades, with the ability to override any course grade. Create categories to organize items and allow for weighting of grades. Enter, view, edit, and release to students … Continue reading Leverage the Gradebook Tool
Once you've got your final course letter grades, click on over to Faculty Access (also available from off-campus) and login with your credentials. Under the "Available Options" tab> click Faculty Menu Next, under "Administrative" tab> click Grade entry Next select the term code and specific course. Click Go. Enter the Course Grades (letter) At the … Continue reading Post your official grades to FacultyAccess