Submitted PDF files can be downloaded and annotated in the Microsoft Edge browser:
Once the student assignment has been annotated, in the submissions area you will see your annotated PDF.
You can download this by clicking on it. This PDF can then be uploaded into MAF online.
In Maf, when you are in the first marker column, at the top of the page you will see the...
If your students are working in groups and you want them to submit into groups, first you need to set up these groups on the Moodle page
Go to This course, and select Group Management,
From here you can create the groups yourself, click Create group, give it a name, and Save changes...
If you wish to allocate certain submissions to specific markers, access the submission area, and click on the cog in the top right and select edit settings.
Under the Grade heading, you should see 'Use marking allocation', turn that on and save and display
Once that it is enabled,...
If a student has submitted a MS Word document, then you can use Word to view and annotate the submission
Word has a number of useful features:
You can use the Panopto recorder to record audio and/or video. Follow this guide for how to make your recordings: ChiPlayer guide
Once you have made your audio or video recording, you will need to make it available for your student
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.
You can use the Moodle Assignment for formative as well as summative assignments.
You can follow the same guide for setting up the Assignment tool for summative assignments, but make two changes:
In the Assignment settings, navigate down to:
Turnitin plagiarism plugin settings...