Your default email address is fed from HRIS/ROSI and may be your utoronto.ca address rather than your Rotman address. If you do not update your Quercus account with your Rotman email address you may miss important course announcements.
Your default email address on Quercus can be found under Account > Settings on the right side of the screen. To update:
1. Click Account (top left)
2. Click Settings
3. Check your default email address in the top right corner. Your default address will have a star beside it. If it’s not your Rotman email address, click + Email Address and follow
4. Quercus will send you an email to confirm. You’ll need to check your email and click the confirm button.
5. The final step is to move the star from the default address to the newly added Rotman address, again in the top-right corner of Account > Settings. (Hover over the other email in order to see the star)
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By default, the policy is for grades to be posted manually (beginning November 2020). If you select an automatic posting policy, assignment grades will be visible to students as soon as they are entered. Grades for anonymous and moderated assignments will not post automatically.
If you select a manual posting policy, grades will be hidden by default and you can choose when to post grades for each assignment. Any grades that have already posted will remain visible.
When assignment grades are hidden, students will not see their grade for the assignment, grade change notifications, or submission comments.
Course post policies will apply to all course assignments by default. You can also select grade posting policies for individual assignments. Once a posting policy is in place, you can post grades or hide grades from an assignment’s Options menu in the Gradebook.
To check the Grade Posting Policy for your Course:
In Course Navigation, click the Grades link.
Click the Settings icon.
Click the Grade Posting Policy tab.
Ensure that the Manually Post Grades option is selected. When the Manually Post Grades option is selected, grades are hidden by default and must be posted to be viewed by students.
To apply changes to the grade posting policy, click the Update button.
If a manual posting policy has been applied in a course, all assignment headings will display the Visibility icon . This icon indicates that any grades added to the assignment are hidden from student view Once a submission has been graded, a shaded Visibility icon displays next to the assignment name .
When grades are hidden from student view, the Total column also displays the Visibility icon . This indicates that the total grade in the Gradebook differs from the total grade viewed by the student.
To manage the posting policy for an assignment, click the Options icon .