grade posting available
Office of the Registrar is implementing Web Grades for the Fall
2002 semester. The new web-based system allows faculty to post
grades via the Internet instead of submitting grades on paper.
supervisor of student records at the Office of the Registrar,
said grades will be posted faster and paper will be eliminated
with the new method.
said CIRT has been instrumental in implementing the project
and is grateful for the work done by CIRT employees Liz Gresham,
Jean Russell and Andy Gutierrez. She also acknowledged Peter
White, dean of University College, Kathleen Sena, University
registrar, and Rose Bennett, associate registrar, for their
support for the project.
program was conducted with classes ending on or before Oct.
12. Reeves said grades from 163 classes were entered via Web
the success of the pilot project, we were given the go-ahead
for this semester by the registrar, Reeves said.
said the biggest challenge is making sure all instructors have
a UNM NetID. Surprisingly, a lot of faculty did not have
a UNM NetID, she said, adding that many faculty use other
e-mail accounts such as Yahoo or Hotmail.
of the Registrar will work with faculty to ensure they get a
UNM NetID and will assist those having difficulty with inputting
their grades via the Internet, she said.
listed as instructor of record need to have a UNM NetID to access
and submit grades online. Web Grades will be open on the last
scheduled day of the course for short courses and beginning
Dec. 7 for 16 week courses. Web Grades will be available from
Dec. 7 (including winter break) through Jan. 2, 2003 at 7 p.m.
for submitting grades.
for Web Grades and class lists and a demo for each function
said that training sessions for faculty have been scheduled.
Contact Reeves at 277-6820 or email@example.com
for additional information regarding these sessions.