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MyOMLab: Getting Ready for Final Exams

April 26, 2012

Jay and I want to thank you if you chose to incorporate MyOMLab into your course this spring term. Some of you might be using MyOMLab to administer your final exams, while others will want to add scores to the Gradebook using Add Offline Items. Hopefully everyone’s students are using MyOMLab to study! Here are some  resources to answer all your “how do I” questions around finals.

Creating Online Tests:

Adding Scores to your Gradebook:

  • Most final exams are still given offline. If that is your case, learn about Adding Offline items to the Gradebook to see how you can upload the scores of your final exam to your MyOMLab Gradebook.

Help Your Students Study:

  • Manage Incompletes: Managing Incompletes will submit a zero for assignments students did not do. It also allows them to review that assignment from their Results tab for studying purposes. If students are telling you they can’t review an old assignment, you should manage your incompletes.

Power User Tip: Remember to export all your grades once the course is final. Check out the article for performing an Advanced Export.

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. Debapriya Banerjee permalink
    January 11, 2012 3:19 pm

    thank you

  2. May 1, 2012 8:00 pm

    The “save for later” option is not useful for me. It does not allow students to move between questions, and most students expect to be able to work questions in their own order (usually according to which they find easier) or to go back to questions if they change their mind. It is very disappointing.

  3. May 1, 2012 8:19 pm

    P.S. Unsupervised questions are by definition open book questions, so it does not matter in plagiarism matters.

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