Gradescope helps instructors quickly grade and provide feedback on online and in-class assessments.

Instructors use Gradescope to grade paper-based exams, quizzes, and homework, computer programming assignments (graded automatically or manually), and online assignments. With Gradescope, instructors can grade consistently with a rubric, provide students with rich targeted feedback, and easily return work electronically.

Teaching with Gradescope

Gradescope Instructor FAQ: Is Gradescope a good fit for my course?

Using Gradescope with Blackboard as an Instructor

Gradescope Blog

Gradescope Guides and Resources

Step-by-step guides, videos, and answers to frequently asked questions.

Gradescope Support

Technical and access issues

Contact CIT for assistance with adding Gradescope to a Blackboard course. For other Gradescope needs, contact Gradescope .

UA Online instructors and students should contact UA Online Technical Support .

Teaching and learning

CIT can help you find creative and effective ways to integrate Gradescope and other instructional technologies into your classroom or online course. Contact CIT to schedule a one-on-one consultation or an instruction session for your group.

Gradescope Workshops and Webinars

CIT offers workshops, webinars, and individual and group training on Gradescope and other UA instructional technologies.

UA Center for Instructional Technology Teaching with Gradescope Sessions

CIT’s Teaching with Gradescope workshops and webinars aim to help you get started with and get the most out of Gradescope. Register for an upcoming session, watch an on-demand webinar, and access session resources: Teaching with Gradescope Sessions

CIT Workshops

Workshops and webinars from CIT and our vendor partners.

Gradescope Workshops

Get Started with Gradescope and other workshops from Gradescope.