Workshop Activity (8): The Closed Phase


During the Closed Phase, the calculated grades will be pushed to the gradebook. Students will also be able to see their submissions, their assessments and the published submissions.

This Guide Will Help You to:

  • Move to the closed phase

  • Seek further assistance

Move to the closed phase

  1. Access the Workshop.

  2. Select the circle icon beneath the Closed Phase option.


  1. Select Continue.


Note: While it is possible to override grades in the Closed Phase, you will need to move back to the Grading Evaluation Phase in order to recalculate the grades and then back to the Closed Phase to push the grades to the Gradebook.

Seek Further Assistance

The following are additional workshop guides, for more information about each phase, see:

For additional assistance, please contact the ITRC at (208) 282-5880 or

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