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This tutorial will walk you through how to add and export a new gradebook from Poll Everywhere to Canvas.

Steps to export a Gradebook to Canvas 

  1. Go to Poll Everywhere on the left menu of the Canvas course. Log in to Poll Everywhere using your SPU email address if you have not done so. Then click on the blue button Continue to to go back to access Poll Everywhere in Canvas. 

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  2. In Canvas, you will see an option to Add new gradebook (Fig. 1). You will see various options to choose, click on Gradebook, then Continue as shown in Fig. 2.

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    Figure 1.

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    Figure 2.

  3. After that, choose My activities folder (Fig. 1) and select an activity you wish to import to your gradebook (Fig. 2). Once it's selected, proceed to click Create Report (Fig. 3).

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    Figure 1

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    Figure 2

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    Figure 3

  4. Once in the Gradebook report, click the Export button at the bottom right of the page.

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  5. You will see a pop-up screen that will walk you through the export, or show you errors if something goes wrong. Check to see that the class noted in the pop-up matches the grades you wish to export. Then click the Next button, the export will be completed in the background.

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  6.  Once the export is completed, head back over to Canvas and click into your Grades center to verify that the newly imported gradebook column was created. 

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