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Backing Up Your IC Gradebook

With updates with Infinite Campus starting up again now that Smarter Balanced is over for the year, knowing how to back up your own gradebook information can be a nice reassurance should anything go amuck. That being said, there are other redundancies built in to the Infinite Campus system that should prevent the need for the personal backup. But it's always better to be safe than sorry and I know that some teachers prefer to backup their gradebooks at the end of every year for their records.

Fortunately, it is super easy to create your own backup with the us of the Gradebook Report. Here is a screencast animated GIF that shows you how. You can click on it to view it in a larger format. If you need help, I'm here to help. Just make an appointment with me!


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