WebCampus grade integration with MyNEVADA

The final grade in WebCampus (i.e., the Total column) can be uploaded directly to MyNEVADA. For this to happen, there are two conditions to be met: .

  1. Grading scheme has to be enabled in your WebCampus course.
  2. There are no muted grading columns in the gradebook. (NOTE: The Total column has a mute icon when there are one or more muted grading columns, as shown in the screenshot below. You must unmute the grading columns before uploading grades to MyNevada.)

How to enable the grading scheme in WebCampus

Go to the course Settings, and check the option for "Enable course grading scheme". [See Figure 1 for visual example]

[Figure 1] Screenshot of WebCampus settings page with "Language," "File Storage," "Grading Scheme," "License" and "File Copyright" sections and associated options for each. The "Grading Scheme" field has a checkbox for "Enable course grading scheme" and has an orange circle showing users where it is on the page.
[Figure 1] Screenshot of WebCampus settings page with "Language," "File Storage," "Grading Scheme," "License" and "File Copyright" sections and associated options for each. The "Grading Scheme" field has a checkbox for "Enable course grading scheme" and has an orange circle showing users where it is on the page.

Click on the view grading scheme link in the WebCampus settings section in the "Grading Scheme" field.

The default grading scheme window will pop-up. It contains the default grading scheme in the system with a column of grade names (e.g, "A", "B" "F") and associate grade ranges (e.g., "94.0% to 84% for a B). If the grade scheme matches yours, click on the "Done" button/link and you are good to go. Otherwise, click on the pencil icon/link at the top to revise it. [See Figure 2 for visual example]

[Figure 2] Screenshot of the WebCampus default "View/Edit Grading Scheme" pop-up box. The default includes a grade "Name" field with options of "A, B, C, D, F" and associated grade ranges from "100% to 94%" for an A and "<64% to 0.0%" for an F." An orange arrow shows users where to click on the "Pencil" icon to access the editing options within the grading scheme tool.
[Figure 2] Screenshot of the WebCampus default "View/Edit Grading Scheme" pop-up box. The default includes a grade "Name" field with options of "A, B, C, D, F" and associated grade ranges from "100% to 94%" for an A and "<64% to 0.0%" for an F." An orange arrow shows users where to click on the "Pencil" icon to access the editing options within the grading scheme tool.

After clicking the pencil icon, the "View/Edit Grading Scheme" options will change, allowing you to update your grading scheme. You may enter a new grading scheme name, adjust grade names (e.g., "A", "B") and change the grade ranges in the "Range" field. After making adjustments, click on the "Save" button/link when you are done. You may be asked to give your grading scheme a name. Enter a name and then click the "Save" button/link. [See Figure 3 for a visual example]

Note that you can only use one grading scheme per course; if you have S/U grade for some students, you will have to manually change it in MyNevada. 

[Figure 3] Screenshot of the WebCampus editable "View/Edit Grading Scheme" pop-up box. In the "Scheme Name" text box, users may enter a new name for their grade scheme. In the "Name" column, users can enter new grade names (e.g., "A", "B") and change the related grade range in the "Range Column" by updating the text boxes. Users may click on the "X" icon next to a row to delete it from their grade scheme. A "Cancel" and "Save" button/link allows users to exit the grade editor or save and move forward.
[Figure 3] Screenshot of the WebCampus editable "View/Edit Grading Scheme" pop-up box. In the "Scheme Name" text box, users may enter a new name for their grade scheme. In the "Name" column, users can enter new grade names (e.g., "A", "B") and change the related grade range in the "Range Column" by updating the text boxes. Users may click on the "X" icon next to a row to delete it from their grade scheme. A "Cancel" and "Save" button/link allows users to exit the grade editor or save and move forward.

Click on the "Done" button/link and you will be returned to the "Course Details" section of WebCampus. Don't forget to click on the "Update Course Details" button/link to save the changes.

Screenshot of the "Update Course Details" button/link users should click after making updates to their grade schemes in WebCampus.
[Figure 4] Screenshot of the "Update Course Details" button/link users should click after making updates to their grade schemes in WebCampus.

The grading scheme is enabled. You will see the letter grades appear in the Total column.

NOTE: MyNEVADA pulls student course grade instead of current grade (the current grade is the default view of the Total column, which excludes the columns with no submissions/grades). We recommend you turn on the "Treat Ungraded as 0" feature to view the true grade (i.e., course grade), which includes all grading columns, with or without submissions/grades.

Uploading WebCampus grades into MyNEVADA

MyNEVADA offers instructors the ability to upload grades from WebCampus. This new feature should make posting final grades in MyNEVADA easier and faster. To automatically upload grades from WebCampus, you will need to:

Step 1: Ensure all the necessary tasks to prepare your gradebook in WebCampus, including enabling the grading scheme have been completed. Review the steps above before moving to Step 2.

Step 2: Go to MyNEVADA and upload the grades. Below, review step--by step screen shot instructions on how to complete the grade upload to your final grade roster in MyNEVADA.

How to upload grades in MyNEVADA

Instructors must first authorize in order to upload grades.

Access the Grade Roster in MyNEVADA

To do this, navigate to MyNEVADA, sign in and click on the "Grade Roster" tile/link from your Instructor Homepage. [See Figure 5 for a visual example]

[Figure 5] Screenshot of the "Grade Roster" tile and title found on the "Instructor Homepage" in MyNEVADA. The icon looks like a small web window with a blue title bar, a text and pencil icon, and small calculator icon.
[Figure 5] Screenshot of the "Grade Roster" tile found on the "Instructor Homepage" in MyNEVADA.

Authorize to WebCampus

You should now see an "authorize to webcampus option" on the right hand side within the "Grade Roster Action" box in the "Grade Roster." Click the "authorize to webcampus" button/link. [See Figure 6 for a visual example]

[Figure 5] Screenshot of the "Grade Roster" tile and title found on the "Instructor Homepage" in MyNEVADA. The icon looks like a small web window with a blue title bar, a text and pencil icon, and small calculator icon.
[Figure 6] Screenshot of the "Grade Roster Action" box in the "Grade Roster" section of MyNEVADA. Users may toggle options in a drop-down menu for "Approval Status" and click the "authorize to webcampus" button/link.

Log-into WebCampus

You will then be redirected to the WebCampus log-in page. If you are already logged into Webcampus, you will not be prompted to log in. If you are not logged into WebCampus you will be prompted to log in using your NetId. [See Figure 7 for a visual example]

[Figure 7] Screenshot of the WebCampus default sign-in page with the "WebCampus Powered by canvas" logo at the top and a gray box with "Click Here to login to WebCampus with your NETID (University Students, Faculty & Staff) message in the middle of the screen.
[Figure 7] Screenshot of the WebCampus default sign-in page with the "WebCampus Powered by canvas" logo at the top and a gray box with "Click Here to login to WebCampus with your NETID (University Students, Faculty & Staff) message in the middle of the screen.

Authorize MyNEVADA/Canvas grade integration

After you've logged into WebCampus, the MyNevada/Canvas Grade Integration screen will be displayed, click the Authorize button on the right hand side of the screen. [See Figure 8 for a visual example]

[Figure 8] Screenshot of the "MyNevada/Canvas Grade Integration" box in canvas. Information displayed includes "MyNevada/Canvas/Grade Integration is requesting access to your account," shows users they are granting app access to their account and confirms their email address. A gray "Authorize" button/link is highlighted with a red box to show users where to click to authorize the MyNevada/Canvas integration.
[Figure 8] Screenshot of the "MyNevada/Canvas Grade Integration" box in canvas. Information displayed includes "MyNevada/Canvas/Grade Integration is requesting access to your account," shows users they are granting app access to their account and confirms their email address. A gray "Authorize" button/link is highlighted with a red box to show users where to click to authorize the MyNevada/Canvas integration.

Once you have you Authorized you will be redirected to MyNEVADA and an Authorization successful message will be displayed, click OK. [See Figure 9 for a visual example]

[Figure 3] Screenshot of the WebCampus editable "View/Edit Grading Scheme" pop-up box. In the "Scheme Name" text box, users may enter a new name for their grade scheme. In the "Name" column, users can enter new grade names (e.g., "A", "B") and change the related grade range in the "Range Column" by updating the text boxes. Users may click on the "X" icon next to a row to delete it from their grade scheme. A "Cancel" and "Save" button/link allows users to exit the grade editor or save and move forward.
[Figure 9] Screenshot of the authorization message in MyNEVADA after users authorize the MyNEVADA/Canvas integration. The "Message" pop-up box includes the message "Authorization successful. Please click on the Load Grades from WebCampus button to load the Grades (2052,7). A red box highlights the "OK" button/link users can click to finalize authorization.

Upload WebCampus grades into MyNEVADA

You are now able to upload WebCampus grades into MyNEVADA. To use this new grade upload feature, navigate back to your "Grade Roster" within MyNEVADA. Choose the roster you wish to post final grades for. Click the "Load grades from webcampus" button/link within the "Grade Roster Action" box. [See Figure 10 for visual example]

[Figure 10] Screenshot of the "Grade Roster Action" box in MyNEVADA. Users can toggle the drop-down menu options for "Approval Status" and click the "Load grades from WebCampus" button/link to load their grades.
[Figure 10] Screenshot of the "Grade Roster Action" box in MyNEVADA. Users can toggle the drop-down menu options for "Approval Status" and click the "Load grades from WebCampus" button/link to load their grades.

You must have a grading scheme set up in WebCampus for the specific class you are uploading grades for. Once grades have been uploaded they will auto populate onto your grade roster within MyNEVADA. Any F's issued will need to have attendance information updated in the "Attendance" column drop-down that includes "Fully Attended," "Never Attended" and "Partially Attended" options. If the student "Partially Attended", the last date of attendance will also need to be entered in the "Last Date of Attendance" column. [See Figure 11 for a visual example]

[Figure 11] Screenshot of the course roster in MyNEVADA with columns for student indentification (removed for student protection), "Roster Grade" with drop-down menu with grade names, "Official Grade," "Grading Basis," "Program and Plan," "Level," "Attendance" and "Last Date of Attendance." The "Attendance" drop-down menu has a red box around the expanded options showing users where to select the attendance information for students that receive an "F" in the "Roster Grade" column.
[Figure 11] Screenshot of the course roster in MyNEVADA with columns for student indentification (removed for student protection), "Roster Grade" with drop-down menu with grade names, "Official Grade," "Grading Basis," "Program and Plan," "Level," "Attendance" and "Last Date of Attendance." The "Attendance" drop-down menu has a red box around the expanded options showing users where to select the attendance information for students that receive an "F" in the "Roster Grade" column.

If a student added the course late or is listed on the Grade Roster but does not have a grade in WebCampus, you will receive an error message before being able to move the Grade Roster to approved and post. Click the "OK" button/link and go back to manually enter the grades for any that may be missing.

If any of the students on the grade roster have changed their grading basis from Letter Grades to Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, those grades will not be converted in the upload. You will need to manually select either S or U on the final grade roster, if left blank an error message will be displayed when you attempt to post the roster. If the student has changed their grading basis to Audit, they will automatically be assigned an "AD" grade. [See Figure 12 for a visual example]

[Figure 12] Screenshot of the course roster in MyNEVADA with columns for student indentification (removed for student protection), "Roster Grade" with drop-down menu with grade names, "Official Grade," "Grading Basis," "Program and Plan," and "Level." A red box highlights the "Official Grade" with an "AD" and "Grading Basis of "AUD" in one row and a blank "Official Grade" and "SUS" in "Grading Basis." 
[Figure 12] Screenshot of the course roster in MyNEVADA with columns for student indentification (removed for student protection), "Roster Grade" with drop-down menu with grade names, "Official Grade," "Grading Basis," "Program and Plan," and "Level." A red box highlights the "Official Grade" with an "AD" and "Grading Basis of "AUD" in one row and a blank "Official Grade" and "SUS" in "Grading Basis." 

Once all grades have been reviewed, from the "Grade Roster Action" box select "Approved" from the "Approval Status" drop-down menu. [See Figure 13 for a visual example}

[Figure 13] Screenshot of the "Grade Roster Action" box in MyNEVADA with the "Approval Status" option and open drop-down menu with options including "Approved," "Not Reviewed," "Ready for Review" and a "Save" button/link next to the drop-down menu.
[Figure 13] Screenshot of the "Grade Roster Action" box in MyNEVADA with the "Approval Status" option and open drop-down menu with options including "Approved," "Not Reviewed," "Ready for Review" and a "Save" button/link next to the drop-down menu.

Once the roster status has been moved to "Approved," click the "Post" button/link to post all grades officially on the roster. [See Figure 14 for a visual example]

[Figure 14] Screenshot of the "Post" option in the Grade Roster in MyNEVADA with additional button/link options including "Select All," "Clear All," "Notify Selected Students," "Notify all Students," and "Save." A red box highlights the "Post" button/link where users can click to post their grades officially on the roster. 
[Figure 14] Screenshot of the "Post" option in the Grade Roster in MyNEVADA with additional button/link options including "Select All," "Clear All," "Notify Selected Students," "Notify all Students," and "Save." A red box highlights the "Post" button/link where users can click to post their grades officially on the roster. 

If you experience issues accessing MyNEVADA or your Grade Roster, please contact Admissions and Records (775) 784-4700 opt. 2 or email mynevada@unr.edu. If you experience issues with preparing your gradebook within WebCampus please contact the Teaching & Learning Technologies office or email webcampus@unr.edu.