This post follows on from yesterdays post and explains how to check discussion post ratings in the forum and in the grade book. Watch the video below to find out more: Click here for more Moodle tips. Featured image: “show of hands for venice” by baldeaglebluff is licenced under CC BY-NC-ND 2.
Rating discussion posts provide a quick and easy way for staff and students to provide individual feedback when using forums. The rating feature can be added using a custom scale (to learn how to set up a scale by reading blog post #192) Watch the video below to find out how to add a scale… Continue reading #354 Rating discussion posts in Moodle [1/2]
This post follows on from post #311 Setting up group assignments. This post demonstrates how easy it is to give group feedback once you have set up an assignment for a group. To find out more watch the video below: Click here for more Moodle tips. Featured image: “cats group photo” by Hery Zo Rakotondramanan is… Continue reading #329 Marking group assignments in Moodle [2/2]
Group assignments in Moodle provide a great opportunity for academics to assess collaborative work. This can be collaborative PPT presentations, essays, etc. In fact any type of file can be assessed as long as it can be uploaded into the common assignment area. Group assignments offer flexible feedback options such as choosing to provide feedback… Continue reading #311 Setting up group assignments in Moodle [1/2]
We covered the confusingly named Feedback Activity in Moodle a few posts ago, see: #160 Moodle Feedback [1/2]: An easy way to survey your students! You use the Feedback Activity for creating student surveys in Moodle. One way to share a good survey with colleagues, is to set it as a template. Featured Image: “Templates” by Volpin… Continue reading #310 Using the Moodle Feedback Activity? Share questions using templates
PowerPoint has become an essential tool for lecturers, but how many of you know about the Set up slide show feature? Set up slide show helps you prepare your slides ready to present. Watch the video below to find out more. Featured image: “Slip slidin’ away” by comedynose is licenced under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
This is the fourth (and final!) in a series of videos on how to mark using Turnitin. If you have missed the other videos in this group, catch up now: Marking with Turnitin In this post we cover a very quick introduction to using the Originality Report. As I mention in the video, there is no… Continue reading #298 Marking with Turnitin [4/4]: Using the Originality Report