I’m using Memrise community courses to set homework for my students. I track the scores by comparing the their last known total to their new total on a spreadsheet, but this is time-consuming.
Is there a way to make this process easier? I know some people are very clever with scripts - it would save me a lot of time!
Where exactly do you retrieve the scores from? Personal student pages or the courses’ scoreboards?
So to start with, I noted down the all time scores after a week of studying. Then, when I want to check the activity, I put the new all time score into a spreadsheet and do a +/- to see the increase (or not).
This still doesn’t say, which page you write down the scores from.
Although with the community courses shutting down in the not-so-distant future, I don’t know if the whole thing will be of any value anyway.
I’m so sorry, I thought I replied. I appreciate you taking the time.
I view the scores from my group list. I note down the all time scores every once in a while to see the increases.
I didn’t know they were shutting down community courses - this is actually quite devastating for me and my students.
They will probably be fine for this semester. Much harder to say about the next one. Take a look here:
Hello everyone. I’d like to take a moment to aggregate the various pieces of news that have been published over the last few weeks.
Memrise forums are shutting down
The Memrise forums (
https://community.memrise.com) are being permanently shut down:
There is an ongoing effort to archive these forums:
As part of the archival effort, I’ve put up a read-only copy of the Memrise forums at https://mylittlewordland.com/memriseforum/
Memrise community courses are shutting down
The Memrise comm…
(or almost any thread at
Reddit - Dive into anything since most of the discussions were happening there lately, while this forum was in a shutdown)
I view the scores from my group list.
So are we talking about this page?
How many people do you have in the group? Are there multiple courses, and do you need the scores for each course independently or just overall all-time scores for each individual?
I am not sure how much time it would be wise to invest in this thing now, because of all the reasons, but I might be able to come up with something.
@Eltaurus. I’m sharing the news with my Twitter followers! They are also devastated.
Two group have 30 learners, one has around 80 and another around 60.
As you can imagine, it is time-consuming noting down all that data.
I use the overall all-time score to do my calculations to track the increase.
If you think you have a solution, great! But please don’t waste time if it’s going to be a pointless endeavour.
Thanks for your replies!