Grading assignments with uploaded files


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Grading assignments with uploaded files

So far both of the two assignment types that we've graded have been ones where the students are submitting work directly online. But what about assignments where the students are attaching a file, such as for the Thesis Statement? To view these types of assignments, simply click on the link for Thesis Statement at the top of Thesis Statement column. Here we are taken back into the similar view. Notice that quick grading is still enabled because we save that as a preference. If you don't want to have quick grading saved as a preference all the time, you can uncheck this box, hit Save preferences, and quick grading will go away.

The main difference in grading an assignment where the students have uploaded a file rather than simply entering text online is that in the Last modified by the Students column, there should be a document that the student has uploaded and attached directly to your Grade Book. To view this document simply click on the link for the document, and your browser ...

Grading assignments with uploaded files
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Grading assignments with uploaded files provides you with in-depth training on Education + Elearning. Taught by Chris Mattia as part of the Moodle 1.9 Essential Training for Teachers

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Education + Elearning
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