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In this course, author Chris Mattia helps educators create online courses that complement classroom-based instruction and foster student interaction using the free learning management system Moodle. The course details the basics of setting up a test environment, disseminating course information, creating forums, and assessing student progress. Tutorials on building course materials with Moodle's built-in HTML editor, preparing and posting various types of media, uploading assignments, and evaluating tests automatically are also included.
Now make sure you have logged out of your account in Moodle and now let's login as a student, so we can step through providing feedback that we can then go and look at the analysis of. So go up to the upper right corner, click on Login link and we are going to login as the User Al which is one of our students and the Passwords can be 12345, go ahead and click the Login link. And when our page shows up, go head over to the My courses section, click on Coral Reef Ecology. Now let's go ahead and scroll down to Week 9 in the course, right there, and let's go ahead and click on this feedback activity.
We are given the instructions that we entered in the first screen, and then we have a link to answer the questions, go ahead and click on the Answer the questions. Here we can select the different types of activities that we participated in and we went swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving, but we didn't do any hiking. Go ahead and click the button for next page, and notice that since we noted that we went scuba diving, we get this question here, which is going to ask us to rate the scuba diving facility, so we will go ahead and say those were excellent. Next we can rate our overall satisfaction with the MRC facilities and we thought they were excellent as well.
In the space provided down here, we can go and provide a little bit of extra feedback, here we will just say, I had a great time, and we can go ahead and click the button for Submit our answers. We are taken to a single page now that thanks us for providing any feedback, and when we hit the Continue link, we are simply taken back to our course. All right that's how we wanted the feedback module to work. Now let's go ahead and logout of the student account and we will log back in as our self, and my Password is 12345, go and hit the Login link, here we go, let's go back into our course.
And here in Week 9 if we scroll down just a little bit, we can go ahead and click on the link to go back into our Feedback section. With the feedback that's been provided, we can look at two of these other tabs here, let's go ahead and look at Show responses first, here we can see that we've had one Anonymous entry that's been made, go ahead and click the Show responses and once again we have to click the link for response number 1 Show responses, and here we can see the answers that were provided from this particular user.
Now if we had told Moodle to track our users, we would know which user this was, but since we said this should be Anonymous results, our results coming in here are anonymous. Now if you want to look at all of the responses that have come in and be able to look at some general statistics about them, go ahead and make sure you scrolled up to the top and go ahead and click on the Tab for Analysis. Here we can see the number of submitted answers and the number of questions. we can export all these results out to Microsoft Excel. If we scroll down just a little bit, we can see each other different questions that were asked, and we can see the percentages of responses that we got for each of those.
Now since we've only got one response in here, all these are going to show 100% but if we have had multiple, it would actually calculate the percentages for each answer inside of here. And so we can go ahead and scroll down and look at all of our different options that we've got here. In this rating of our facilities, we can see that because we added a value associated with each of our different ratings, we also get an average score for this particular question, so we can get an average rating and it has automatically calculated for us right here.
In the bottom section, we can see any text feedback that our students provided to us. Go ahead and scroll back up to the top and let's go ahead and return back to our course by clicking BIOL432 link up here in our breadcrumbs. And now you have basics for being able to create your own custom feedback questionnaire that you can provide to your students and collect any number of different data from your students. This is the module that many teachers have been looking for when they look to create their own custom survey within their Moodle course.
In the next movie we are going to go ahead and look at the built-in survey tool to look at providing some standardized surveys to our students.
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