Bulk results entry now available in Student Connect
Published: Tuesday 6th June 2017
The new Results Entry module is now live and available for Semester 1 Final Grades entry. This page replaces the old Student Connect 'Final Grades' page, and has been introduced as part of the Banner upgrade project.
Features of results entry
Capacity to either enter Final Grades one at a time (as in the old system), or to upload in bulk from an excel spreadsheet.
Improved and updated interface, with results entry dashboard
Additional unit information and easily accessible links to student contact and enrolment information
Who should use this module
If you have entered Final Grades via Student Connect in the past, you should use Results Entry for entering and uploading results.
If your school does not require academic staff to enter results via Student Connect, and you have not used this system in the past, there is no need to do so now.
If you are unsure about the process used by your school, you should contact your school office.
If you are working on a small screen, you might need to scroll down to see students records.
You can sort either units or students by clicking on the small arrows beside the column headers.
Only nominated Primary Instructors can enter results via Results Entry. If you are a Secondary Instructor, you will be able to see results, but not modify them. Request Primary Instructor Access.
Links to the results due dates, ACU grade definitions and the userguide can be found on the 'Getting Started' panel.
Ensure that your spreadsheet is in either .xls or .xlsx format. If it is an .xlsm (macro-enable spreadsheet), you will need to save it as either .xls or .xlsx before you will be able to import.
Results will be rolled on the advertised date. You do not need to roll them yourself.
If your spreadsheet has multiple worksheets, make sure you select the right one from the ‘Import Sheet’ dropdown in the Preview step of the Import wizard.
The userguide also contains links to two videos demonstrating results upload from a spreadsheet. If you experience difficulties accessing these demonstrations, either view them in Internet Explorer, or download them and open in Acrobat.
Two online training sessions have also been organised for Wednesday 7 June and Friday 16 June. Further sessions can be arranged if required. You can register via Staff Connect.