Assessing Learners

Use Grade Center, surveys, assignments and course report to help measure your students' progress.

The UB Learns Help for Students website has information for students about viewing grades and feedback.

The Office of Educational Effectiveness website has additional information on grading and assessing students in virtual environments.

  • 3/19/21
    Assignments allow students to submit files to the instructor. SafeAssign is now integrated into assignments.
  • 3/18/20
    Course Reports provide several different ways to view information about student activity, content usage, course standards and course objectives.
  • 3/18/20
    The Grade Center is a dynamic and interactive tool, allowing you to record data, calculate grades and monitor student progress.
  • 3/18/20
    Upload your UB Learns grades to HUB.
  • 3/19/20
    Organize and display evaluation criteria.
  • 7/15/20
    With the Panopto Quiz tool you can create a video quiz and have the grades uploaded to your UB Learns course automatically
  • 3/6/20
    Provides an up-to-date report of student participation, progress and grades.
  • 3/19/20
    The Remark grade import tool allows machine-graded, bubble-sheet style exam scores to be directly imported into UB Learns Grade Center.
  • 2/12/21
    Respondus tools can be used to deter cheating in non-proctored exams in UB Learns as well as create and manage test questions.
  • 5/10/21
    The Retention Center is an instructor-only tool that enables you to give focused attention to students who need it. It replaces the Early Warning System feature with easy workflows while retaining all existing Early Warning System data and rules.
  • 11/23/20
    SafeAssign is now integrated into Blackboard Learn assignments. SafeAssign allows students to submit files to the instructor and checks submissions for originality.
  • 5/13/20
    Students evaluate peers and themselves using instructor criteria. Anonymous evaluations are an option.
  • 3/19/20
    Gather ungraded data, including anonymous student data.
  • 4/23/20
    Make sets of questions that are graded to measure student performance.

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