Course: Moodle eSubmission [full course, parts 1 & 2] includes - set up, student view, marker allocation, marking and giving feedback
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This course is for Plymouth University staff only. 

Introduction

eSubmission is the process of submitting assignments electronically via the Digital Learning Environment (DLE). It allows students to submit a digital copy of their work which can then be viewed, marked and graded by academics in one central place.

Who should attend?

This course is essential for teaching staff planning to setup assignments, give marks and feedback to students using Moodle.

Prerequisites

You must have attended the Quick Start to Moodle course.

What you will gain?

The session will provide background on each of the tools, outline the benefits whilst offering examples and allow hands-on interaction through a variety of tailored scenarios. You will be walked through each of the phases involved from setup and marking on the staff side, to submission and viewing feedback on the student side.

What will be covered?

  • Setting up an assignment in Moodle
  • Setting options for feedback and grading
  • Overview of Turnitin originality checking in Moodle
  • Student submission process
  • Marking and giving feedback to students
  • Overview of group submissions
  • Further help and support


Book your place using this direct link via Employee Self Service

For enquiries about this course please contact us at digitalskills@plymouth.ac.uk. If you are unable to attend your training session, please cancel in advance via Employee Self Service or inform us via email.

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