Gradescope provides a language-agnostic platform for running your autograders on our infrastructure. By running in Docker containers, we give you full flexibility in setting up whatever language, compilers, libraries, or other dependencies you need for your programming assignments. You provide us with a setup script and an autograder script, along with whatever supporting code you need, and we manage accepting student submissions, running your autograder at scale, and distributing the results back to students and to you.
How it works
As an instructor, you create a new assignment on Gradescope, and upload your autograder zip file following our specifications. Your code produces output in the format we request. Students submit to Gradescope and have their work evaluated on demand. They can submit as many times as they want. At the end of the process, you can download their code and their results.
Follow our instructions to get started with autograding.
If you want to jump right in, we have built the following examples for autograders in different languages. You can see how they are built, and use them as a starting point for your own autograders. If you have any further questions, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Starting Fall 2017, the autograder platform will be available with paid school site licenses and for individual courses that pay for access to our "Gradescope Complete" tier (see our pricing page for more information).
If you're an existing user or have any questions regarding pricing, please contact us at email@example.com. If you want to experiment with the platform to see if it works for you, feel free to contact us for trial access.