There are a few ways to download student work to your computer. Instructors and Facilitators can download graded booklets in PDF format for a specific student, or in bulk for a class. They can also download CSVs of grades by question, and students’ text responses. Ungraded pages of student work can be downloaded by Instructors, Facilitators, and Graders while grading.
In the Results tab of the assessment, Instructors and Facilitators can download student results to keep for their records. These results come in multiple formats:
- Export grades as CSV generates a spreadsheet of student grades by question. See more details here.
- Export graded booklets to PDF generates a PDF file of all work from that assessment.
In the main assessment screen, Instructors and Facilitators can download various formats of student text responses for additional grading or to keep for their records. These results also come in multiple formats:
- Export text responses as CSV generates a spreadsheet of students’ typed responses in the assessment by question. This spreadsheet also contains links to individually downloadable attachments.
- Files in a single folder generates a folder of students’ attachments in text response questions. This file contains all attachments from the assessment, labelled by student email and question.
- Files grouped by student generates multiple folders of students’ attachments in text response questions, labelled by student email. Each folder contains sub-folders of students’ attachments from the assessment, labelled by question.
Instructors and Facilitators can download a student’s graded booklet by saving the student’s view of their graded work as a PDF file or printing it. Students can also do this.
Navigate to your assessment and click Students in the sidebar.
Search for the student whose booklet you wish to download.
Click the Score link for the student under the View heading. The student’s view of their graded work will appear.
Click the Print link below the assessment name. Your browser’s print dialog will appear.
This next step differs depending on your browser and operating system. There should be an option such as “Print to PDF” or “Save as PDF” you can select to download a PDF file or you can print the pages.
Anyone who has access to grading can download pages of student work without the grading and question labels.
While grading, click the “rectangles” icon in the lower left corner. This will open a drawer with a thumbnail view of the pages.
Drag the page(s) to your desktop or a folder to save them to your computer.