Instructor: Classlist Useful Features

1. Print: Classlist to printer or PDF file

Print a list of individuals listed in your Classlist. 

To print a list of all individuals:

  1. Click on the Classlist tab on your course navbar.classlist tool on navigation bar

     

  2. If you would like to print the entire Classlist click on the Print icon located at the top right hand of the page. Print Classlist Icon

     

  3. You will be directed to a page where your Classlist appears, and will need to click Print at the bottom of the page. print button at the bottom of print classlist page

     

  4. A pop up screen will appear where you will need to click the Print button at the bottom of the screen.classlist print

     

To print a list of individuals within specific groups/sections:

  1. If you would like to print a list of individuals by specific Groups, or Sections, click the drop-down menu to the right of "View By" to select Group/Section and click Apply.

  2. Select all individuals.

  3.  Click the Print link located at above the list of individuals. 

    select group or section and select to print

     

  4. A pop up screen will appear where you will need to click the Print button at the bottom of the screen.classlist print section pop up

     

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2. Export: Classlist to CSV or Excel file

Print a list of individuals listed in your Classlist from Grades. 

  1. Click on the Grades link in the navbar.
  2. Click on Enter Grades.

     

    Image of Manage Grades page with the enter grades link circled
  3. On the Enter Grades page, click on the Export button.

     

    Image of Enter grades page with the Export button circled.
  4. On the export options page, use the filter at the top if you wish to export the classlist for a specific section of students.  Under User Details select the identifying information you wish to export.Image of the Export Options section of the Export Grades page with the filter and user details options circled.

     

  5. Uncheck all the available grade items that are displayed in the Choose Grades to Export section of the page.  Check and then uncheck the box in the top left of the items to deselect all.image of the choose grades section of the Export Grades page

     

  6. Click on either the Export to CSV or Export to Excel button depending on the required format.Image of export buttons

     

  7. When the export is complete, click on the Download button. Export grades pop-up with Download button circled in red.

     

  8. If applicable, choose to save the file to the computer or open it in Excel. 

    Shows options to open with Excel or Save File.

     

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3. Access: View Progress

See how specific students are doing in your course (assignments completed, grades earned, etc,).

To view student progress:

  1. Click on the Classlist tab on your course navbar.classlist tool on navigation bar

     

  2. Search for the individual within your list of participants.image of searching for user in classlist

     

  3. Click the drop-down arrow to the right of the participant's name and select View progress.image of View Progress option from dropdown menu

     

  4. Once you are on the Progress Summary screen, you can then use the menu on the left side of the screen to sort by what you'd specifically like to see.image of progress by tool and login history

     

  5. Login History: In addition to the different course tools, View Progress also allows you to view a participant's system login history.
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4. Access: Enrollment Stats

See the number of participants enrolled in your course site broken down by role.

To view student enrollment stats:

  1. Click on the Classlist tab on your course navbar.classlist tool on navigation bar

     

  2. Click the Enrollment Statistics button located near the top of the screen.Image of enrollment Statistics button

     

  3. You will see the number of participants enrolled in your D2L course site, broken down by role.image of enrollment stats by role

     

  4. You can see if any participants have been unenrolled from your course by scrolling down to the Withdrawals section.image of enrollment stats by withdraw

     

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5. Access: Withdrawals, grades and last accessed date

See the students who have withdrawn from your course site including any grades and the last accessed date.

To view withdrawn students:

  1. Click on the Classlist tab on your course navbar.classlist tool on navigation bar

     

  2. Click the Enrollment Statistics button located near the top of the screen.Image of enrollment Statistics button

     

  3. Scroll down to the Withdrawals section to find participants who have been unenrolled from your course. Date = date of unenrollment, Last Accessed = last time clicking into the course site.image of enrollment stats by withdraw

     

  4. To view the student's grades, click the down arrow next to their name and choose View grades.click drop down to access grades
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6. Access: Quiz Accommodations

Set Quiz accommodations for individual students for all course quizzes.

NOTE:  This feature will not be available until February 24, 2021.

To view Quiz accommodation settings for an individual student:

  1. Click on the Classlist tab on your course navbar.classlist tool on navigation bar

     

  2. Click the down arrow next to the student's name for whom you'd like to set accommodations and select Edit Accommodations

    Screenshot of the classlist showing the down arrow next to the student clicked and the Edit Accommodations option selected.

  3. This will open a window to allow you to set quiz accommodations for every course quiz for this student.

    The set accommodations window with a star by the section for timing and star by the section called controls

    1. The Timing section will modify the quiz time for this student by one of two techniques.
      • The Multiplier option will multiply enforced time limit for a quiz by the number you provide.  For example, if a student is allowed time and half to complete a quiz, you'll enter 1.5 for the multiplier.
      • The extra time simply adds the number of minutes to the enforced time limit you set, regardless of the size of the enforced time limit.
    2. The Controls section allows you to disable the right click option for everyone in the class, but over-ride that setting for this one student and allow them to use the Right Click button on the mouse.
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