Gradescope is a submission and marking tool, which has become the default assessment platform for many courses across the School for both coursework and exams. It can be a linked to a course Learn page, so that staff and student user accounts are carried through. There are a number of different Gradescope assignment types, which will suit varying assessment formats, including programming assignments, reports and essays, and quizzes. It can also handle group submissions and allow markers to view only a certain subset of students (e.g. those in their tutorial group).

You might find our post Collecting coursework submissions: Learn or Gradescope? helpful, if you are trying to decide on a submission platform. It provides links to further information about all the different types of assignment submissions that Gradescope supports.

See also: Marking an exam or homework assignment in Gradescope

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if you’d like to discuss specific requirements for your course.

Find out about how we use Gradescope for exams: Cutting Corners: An Informatics Case Study