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  1. On your course page, click 'Turn editing on.' Editing links and icons appear on the page.

  2. Click to add a new assignment OR edit an existing assignment with no submissions. The Blind Grading option is contained within the assignment settings page.

  3. Under the Grade heading, from the Blind grading drop-down menu, select Yes.
    Note: This setting will be locked once a submission or grade has been made in relation to this assignment. You must enable this setting before students submit their work.

  4. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click Save and return to course.

    Blind grading option in grade settings of the assignment

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  1. From your course page, click the Assignment activity that is graded. The activity's Grading summary page will open.

  2. Click View/grade all submissions. The Submissions page will open, with randomly generated Participant Numbers instead of student names.

  3. At the top right of the page, from tthe the gear icon, select Reveal student identities. A confirmation page will appear.

  4. To confirm that you want to reveal student identities and release student grades to the gradebook, click Continue. The Submissions page will open, with student names shown for submissions.

    Note: After revealing students identities, you cannot go back to the blind grading mode.

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