Click Gradebook in the left sidebar and click Sync Grades. Choose which sessions to sync and click Sync. Select all sessions if you chose A total, combined score in a single column on the Integrations tab, otherwise the maximum points will not be accurate in D2L. Select just the sections that you want to create new grade items for if you chose Individual activity scores in separate columns on the Integrations tab.
Refer back to Connect iClicker Course to D2L Course if you need to review or change the settings for grade syncing.
If you have sections in your D2L course, you will need to manually update the grade item(s) in D2L after syncing in order to avoid accidentally deflating students' grades. See the next section if you prefer to use the CSV file to manually import grades into D2L.
If you have two sections and chose A total, combined score in a single column on the Integrations tab, you will need to continuously edit the grade item to change the maximum points after each sync. Make sure the two sessions are worth the same number of points, then simply reduce the maximum by the total points from one session. For example, if both sessions were worth 5 points, the maximum should be 5 rather than 10 since students in each section can only receive a maximum of 5 points.
If you chose Do not receive a score in the Brightspace gradebook on the Integrations tab, you should set your D2L gradebook settings to "Treat ungraded items as 0" to avoid accidentally inflating the grades of students who did not participate. Go to Assessments -> Grades -> Settings -> Calculation Options to find this option.
You can also download a CSV file if you want to manually import grades into D2L. This may be an easier option than syncing grades if you have sections in your D2L course. Click the Export button, select Brightspace by D2L Format, and select which sessions to export.
In your D2L course, go to Assessments and Grades. Choose the Enter Grades tab and click Import. Click Choose Files and select the file that you downloaded from iClicker.
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