Grades, Feedback, and Completion

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Moodle: Set up a course gradebook
When teaching online and having students submit online assignments, the simplest way to calculate grades is to use the Gradebook in Moodle. This tech doc explains how to set up your Gradebook in a new Moodle course, including how to create cate...
Moodle: Extensions and overrides for activities
The Moodle Assignment , Lesson and Quiz activities have User  Overrides options that allow you to change settings for specific students or groups in order to provide accommodations, extensions, or make-up opportunities.  You can...
Moodle: Offline bulk grade assignments
Did you know that you can download Assignment submissions in bulk for offline grading/feedback and re-upload the grades, feedback, and (optionally) marked assignments back into Moodle? This feature works with both anonymous grading (blind mar...
Moodle: Grade assignments with Annotate PDF
Instructors can now provide detailed feedback on Moodle assignment submissions without downloading them using the Annotate PDF tool. This article explains how to enable and use Annotate PDF to grade student work. Annotate PDF option works best ...
Moodle: Make an assignment extra credit
Moodle Gradebook allows you to mark individual assignments as extra credit, as well as create a grading category in which all grading items are worth extra credit. This tech doc shows how to set up each of these options. Before you start ,...
Moodle: Hide grades
Hiding a Moodle Assignment column in the gradebook allows you to hide the grade throughout your course page, including when a student looks at their assignment submission. By hiding a grade, you will also hide any feedback comments or files you hav...
Moodle: Use grading workflow to manage assignment deedback
The Assignment activity has a grading workflow option that enables instructors to: Hide feedback and grades until ALL submissions have been graded (normally assignment grades and feedback are visible to each student as soon as they are entered)....