Michigan State now has a Gradescope license, for a one-year pilot. It is currently integrated with D2L and allows for remote delivery of assignments and exams.
Delivering Remote Assessment with Gradescope
Gradescope supports fully online assignments where no paper is required, paper-based assignments, assignments combining online and paper-based approaches, and programming assignments. You can find more information about the support Gradescope offers in this blog post and in this FAQ Guide for delivering remote assessments.
D2L Brightspace integration
You can link D2L Brightspace courses and assignments to Gradescope and sync your roster and grades. Learn more on how to leverage the D2L Brightspace integration by watching this video.
Getting Started with Gradescope
If you don't yet have a Gradescope account, you can create one on their homepage.The team at Gradescope is hosting weekly workshops on Thursdays at 11am Central for those who wish to learn more about the tool directly from the company.
For more help
The team at Gradescope is available and happy to help with anything, so please email them at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you may have.
If you'd like to talk about how to incorporate Gradescope into your teaching, request a consultation with an expert instructional technologist by clicking this link to open our appointment request form in a new window (login required).