The Second Step to Using GradeHub in Canvas: Grading Tests
We left off in the previous post about how easy it was to create an assignment and print out answer sheets. But what about after? As professors, we know how hard it is to teach multiple classes in a week on top of using your weekends grading tests. All you really want to do is relax by watching your favorite show or reading a good book, and who doesn’t? Fortunately, grading tests just got so much easier with GradeHub!
We have come up with a service that allows teachers to grade numerous tests in just a matter of minutes. Conveniently, all the tools that you would need are integrated right into the Canvas LMS. Some of these include the ability to edit answer keys at any time, adding students’ make up tests, and allows you to be in control of the whole process. Although grading tests seem simple, this process can go wrong in so many places. For example, some professors know the seemingly short amount of time that schools allot to grade their tests while others are too familiar with the hardship of the machine not reading the exams.
How Do We Get Started?
With GradeHub, all you have to do is:
- Press “Edit Answer Keys”
- Import the Answer Key File (You can upload multiple answer keys–ex. Test Version A/B)
- Make sure all the answers are inputted correctly
- Upload the filled out student answer sheets
- Let GradeHub score the tests!
And that’s all there is to it. As GradeHub automatically grades your tests, you could be doing something else with your time. All of this is done within your Canvas Login, at the comfort of your own desk. Finally, you don’t have to wait in long lines for scantron machines and can use your weekends to relax again! With GradeHub, you are in control and can come back to the tests anytime you’re ready. We provide the answer sheets, you administer the tests and upload them, and then let us take care of the rest!
If you’re interested in our services, check out our website!
Casper from GradeHub
Casper Lee is majoring in business at the University of California, Irvine and this year’s marketing intern at GradeHub