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February 8, 2022

Take advantage of Gradescope’s online workshop series... read more

August 18, 2021

New Quizzes is now available in academic courses and sandbox sites.  The New Quizzes tool is an upgraded and improved quizzing tool which will eventually replace the current quiz feature in Canvas (“Classic Quizzes”).  As of August 2021, brand new quizzes can be created in either New Quizzes or Classic Quizzes and any existing quiz that was previously created in Classic Quizzes can be ... read more

   

Course Spotlight

Natalia Cordova Sanchez

Regardless of your subject matter and class size, there might be benefits to you.

- Natalia Córdova Sánchez, Lecturer in Psychology

Find out how lecturer Natalia Cordóva Sánchez cuts down on grading time significantly by using Gradescope.