Quercus Class List

What Can I Use It For?

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Instructors can download a class list for their administrative records. This will also allow them to manage grades offline.

This Academic Toolbox tool helps you...
Organize Content
Typical course activity format:
Synchronous or Asynchronous
Quercus Intergration
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Cost
Centrally Funded

How to Get Started

The Quercus Gradebook has a complete list of students who are officially enrolled in your course. Use the Export feature in the Gradebook to download a copy of the class list.

Instructions

  • Download a Class List

    The Gradebook has a complete list of students who are officially enrolled in your course. Use the Export feature in the Gradebook to download a copy of the class list. To print this list:

    1. Select Grades from the course navigation menu.
    2. Click the Export button
    3. Select Export Entire Gradebook from the drop-down menu.
      Export Gradebook
    4. CSV file will download automatically to your computer.  The file name includes: course name, date the file was downloaded, and a .csv extension.
      NOTE: the file download will be saved to your computer based on your computer settings, most likely to your computer’s Downloads directory, and may open automatically.
    5. Open the .csv file in a spreadsheet application (such as Microsoft Excel). Make any formatting changes you desire, then print the roster.
    6. Save your file (you may see a warning message informing you that some interactivity features might be lost when you save).
    7. Click Continue, then Save.
      Edit your spreadsheet to serve your purpose. This file is now a separate document—it does not feed information back (or sync) into Quercus.

     

    NOTE: The Gradebook export file does not include student email addresses. You can download student email addresses by using the Class Roster (see Download Reports) in New Analytics, or Export Group Roster via UT Advanced Group Tool.

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