Technology Tips: Two Useful Functions for Excel Grade Books

Do you often think there must be a more effective way to accomplish some of the administrative tasks you complete on a daily basis, such as dropping the two lowest quiz scores in your grade book, making a calendar of assignments, or creating a grading rubric for a project? This month's “Technology Tips” provides you with some useful shortcuts. Glen Lobo, from Sinclair Community College, Dayton, Ohio, shares two Microsoft Excel macros from his personal grade book. The first two tips show how to record and edit a macro in Excel, while the third tip illustrates how to create a macro using Visual Basic programming language. This month's “Surfing Note” lists useful online administrative resources that can be used in your classroom.—Eds.

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Edited by Suzanne R. Harper harpersr@muohio.edu 220 Bachelor Hall Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Miami University Oxford, OH 45056-3414

Shannon Driskell Shannon.Driskell@notes.udayton.edu University of Dayton, Dayton, OH 45469

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