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In this course, author Chris Mattia explores Moodle's rich learning environment and helps students successfully navigate a typical Moodle course. Serving as a reference guide, the course provides instruction on key Moodle functions, such as posting materials to student's blog, participating in live chats with other students, completing assignments online, accessing grades and instructor feedback, and more.
Now that we've completed some assignments and our instructor has had a chance to log in and grade some of those assignments, let's look at how to check the status of our grades. We can do that by simply coming over to the Settings block on the left-hand column and clicking on the link for Grades. When we go into our Grades View, we can see a detailed listing of all the different assignments and exams that we have set up. We can also see any grades that have been assigned to us. So, here on our Group Evaluation, we can see that we handed in our Thesis Statement and we can see the overall grade that we got.
Now, in the case of our final exam, even though we took the exam, the overall exam hasn't closed yet, and so we are not seeing a grade posted yet or our instructor may not have graded our essay. So from a quick view we are able to see all the information that we need. We can notice that here in Week 2 there was a personal contribution, but it doesn't look like we've gotten a grade for. If we want to make sure that we've completed that assignment, we can simply click on the link for that assignment name right here, and go directly into the assignment, add our submission, and hand in the file.
I can go ahead and use the Back button on my browser to go back into my Grade View. I can also see any feedback that my instructor has given me. So here in the Research Project Ideas, I'm being told that I am going to be a part of a group called the Coral Group for this research project. I was also told I did a nice job on the poster and a great job on my Thesis Statement. So with the built-in Grade Book inside of Moodle, you can always know the status of your grade as to how you're doing in the course, because everything is listed out right here for you. Let's go ahead and return back to our course by clicking on the Biology432 link up in our breadcrumbs.
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