Opscan can provide a special "Scores for ReggieNet" Excel file that makes it possible for you to upload your grades into ReggieNet. ReggieNet identifies students using their University Login ID (ULID). In order for us to include ULIDs in the report we generate for you, students must use their numerical University ID (UID) on the Opscan sheet in the field that says "University ID". Social Security Numbers or specially-generated classroom identification numbers will not work.
When you submit the job to Opscan, make sure to indicate you want the “Scores for ReggieNet” report on the job request form along with any other reports you want. (If you want us to email the file, then you must set up a password with us to encrypt the Excel file and thus protect students’ UIDs and scores.) In an email message, you will receive an Excel file that lists the students’ names, UIDs, ULIDs, and scores. The column of ULIDs is titled “Student ID” because ReggieNet uses that term. A sample of such a file is shown here. If our scanner was unable to read a UID or unable to match it to a student, then no ULID is inserted.
Starting in Fall 2017, a new gradebook tool is available within ReggieNet. The new Gradebook allows you to upload Opscan grades, but the process for doing so is different than in past semesters. A subset of these instructions is included in the "Scores for ReggieNet" file. (If you received a gradebook that includes a macro in it, that was a temporary format used at the beginning of the fall semester. Please contact Opscan, and we will be happy to regenerate your grades in the proper format.)
Note: During the first four weeks of the Fall 2017 semester, a different type of “Scores for ReggieNet” Excel file was generated. In order to upload that file, you will need to use a different set of instructions.
Make some necessary changes to the "Scores for ReggieNet file and save it in the CSV format:
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If you run into any errors while importing the CSV file into ReggieNet, please refer to our Troubleshooting page.