A dialog will appear allowing you to add a single user or upload a CSV file to add many users at once.
We recommend adding your students via a CSV file to speed up this process.
Gradescope accounts will automatically be created for any members you add to your roster who do not yet have accounts.
Make sure your roster CSV has column headers and uses unique email addresses for each student.
If you make any changes, be sure to click Update Course before navigating away from the page.
On the Course Settings page, you have the option to select grading defaults, which include the default rubric type (positive or negative scoring) and default score bounds (maximum and mimimum possible score).If your CSV has separate columns for student first names and student last names, click My CSV file has separate first and last name columns.Note that having separate columns for first and last names will make it possible to sort your roster alphabetically by last name.The first time you do this, you will be taken to the Canvas website, where you can log in to your Canvas account.After you log in, click Authorize to authorize Gradescope to save your Canvas credentials.(These instructions are for Canvas, but they apply to Blackboard, Brightspace, Sakai, and Moodle as well.) If your school has Canvas integration enabled, you will first need to link your Gradescope course to the corresponding Canvas course.From the course dashboard, go to Course Settings in the left sidebar, scroll down to the Canvas Course section, and click Link.Note that this will not change settings in any existing courses.Any user who is an instructor of any course, including our demo “Gradescope 101” course, can create new courses.Normally, grades for a group assignment apply to all members of the group.However, you can provide individual grades to students even within a group assignment by using Assign Grades to Each Student Individually.