We work in partnership with faculty, professional services and the student...
New Moodle pages are created for each module occurrence each year. Each of these pages will have one person automatically enrolled, this is the module co-ordinator.
Please make sure that the Modular Office know of any changes to module coordinators. Those who are recorded as module...
To set up an online submission area on a Moodle page:
From January 2019 assignments are submitted online only*. There is a slight change to the process, but by following this guide and the instructions onscreen you will have submitted your assignment in no time!
Please make sure you have read the Student Assignment Checklist
Extensions can only be granted by the Module Co-ordinator or Departmental Administrator.
To grant an extension to a student:
Video: submitting annotated documentation to MAF Online
Once the student assignment has been annotated, you will see the annotated PDF in the submission area in Moodle (in the Annotate PDF column):
From MAF Online, you...
The similarity shows the percentage of text which has been recognised as unoriginal.
You can view the originality report by going to your submission and clicking on the similarity percentage.
The match overview shows you where the text has been found and clicking on these will...
Use Moodle to annotate assignments using notes, draw onto it, add lines, circles, boxes, stamps and highlight text.
Please note, results are still released to students via MAF not through Moodle.
To view a student's submission and to annotate on the paper, go to the...
1. Check the assessment criteria
Your module's Moodle page will have all the details you'll need regarding any assessments.
This should include:
Whilst students like a consistent experience, we understand that staff have their own ways of marking, grading and giving feedback; we believe that our workflow allows for both. This interactive guide shows you the new workflow...
Here are a number of useful features, tips and reminders for you during the online marking processDyslexia Stickers
When marking assignments, please make sure that you are checking for the dyslexia icon. This appears alongside the student ID when you are viewing the submissions...
There are two ways that you can download submissions:
You can do this one by one by clicking on the file name
Or to download all at the same time, at the top under Grading action, choose Download all submissions.