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On Monday, August 19, 2019, the New Gradebook will be activated in Canvas. The New Gradebook offers a number of enhanced features including a better user experience addressing user-suggested improvements, more flexible and intuitive grading, and improved accessibility support.
This guide provides an overview of how grading works in Canvas. Specific how-­to information on the sections below can be found in the Canvas Instructor Guide. If you are using Canvas to distribute grades to students throughout the semester
Instructors can hide totals in students' grade summaries. By default, totals are visible to students. For courses using weighted assignment groups, assignment group totals are also hidden from students.
How do I hide the grade distribution graphs from students in my Canvas course site?

By default, Canvas allows students to see grade distribution graphs for each assignment. This means is that students can view their score, the high score, the low score, and the mean for each individual assignment. If you do not want your students to see this data, follow the instructions below:
How do I hide the totals for my students' grade summaries in Canvas?

By default, the total course grade will appear for students in their Canvas Grades area, and automatically re-calculates whenever you add or change an assignment grade. Instructors may choose to hide the total course grade from their students until they are completely finished grading for the term. If you do not want your students to see this data, follow the instructions below