Enhancement Request Status
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Automatically match Quiz points to grade item points.
Supported D653 Broken Link Checker
llow more than one Kaltura gallery in a course and make them be gradable. Currently you can only have one Kaltura Gallery (Add existing activities > External Learning Tools > Course Media Gallery). I would be nice to allow multiple galleries so you could distinguish submissions by module/week. It would also be nice if the instructor could view and grade these submissions from that location.
allow the simultaneous display of percentages and a second scheme like 4.0 in the grades area.
Ability to group calculated, formula, and text grade items under a category.
adding student-tailored feedback through Excel in bulk form
Export Content Statistics to CSV
There is currently a document that faculty are able to view to as an example for importing quiz questions into D2L. We request that this document be more informative, explaining the various options available in more detail, specifically including the score parameters.
Ability to Copy Course settings along with copy course. When you copy a course, settings do not get copied. A course copy should bring any settings along with it, e.g. manual completion.
Enable sorting of users (Last, first name) in the Group Member list.
When grading a quiz manually, the checkbox to mark the attempt as graded is only available at the top of the form which means that the instructor has to scroll all the way back to the top to mark the submission as graded. Please either replicate the checkbox at the bottom, or add a "Save and Mark as Graded" button to the floating menu at the bottom to combine the two actions.
Currently in D2L it is possible to view a list of Users who have not taken an attempt for a survey, however, this list of users cannot be exported or used to generate an email. We would like to see these options added to improve the instructors ability to communicate with users.