The four steps below are all that is needed to provide Canvas access to students working to resolve an incomplete in a Winter Session 2021 course.
Navigate to the Canvas course and:
Note: The Incomplete (I) Contract is intended to document the reason for the incomplete, the requirements for resolving it, and the date by which it must be resolved, not to exceed one calendar year or the student’s graduation term (whichever is earlier).
Navigate to Settings on the left navigation within your course to set access dates and permissions.
Navigate to Modules, Quizzes, and Assignments to add revised due dates for the student on individual assignments and quizzes.
Follow the Grade Submission guide to submit the student’s revised final grade using ISU AdminTools. All Winter Session 2021 incomplete grades should be submitted via ISU AdminTools by May 11, 2021 @ 2:15 PM.
The eight steps below will guide instructors in providing Canvas access to students working to resolve an incomplete in a course.
The following directions are for current Canvas courses. If the course has been concluded, instructors must first restore access to the course. Instructions on how to restore access for specific users can be found on our Course Conclusion in Canvas page.
Navigate to the existing Canvas course and:
Navigate to the Help menu, choose Global Course Administration, then Request a New Course Shell.
Navigate to Settings on the left navigation within your course.
Tip: We recommend choosing All Content.
Navigate to Modules, Quizzes, and Assignments to ensure only the necessary content is available.
Navigate to ISU AdminTools, then select Manage Additional People.
Note: The student will get an invitation to your course in Canvas when you complete this step.
In order to calculate the final grade, you will need to manually enter the grades from this new course into the gradebook of the old course.
When resolving an Incomplete, the student’s final grade must be submitted to the Registrar’s Office according to the process described in the ISU grading policy, Step 4: To change a grade or mark.