Many activities in Moodle provide features for automatically or manually grading submissions. The following diagram provides a short description of common activities which can support grading.
More information on how to set up and mark can be found on the individual activity's pages.
View Moodle Tools for Assessments.pdf for direct links to related Teaching Gateway pages.
For more general assistance with assessment, see the Assessment Toolkit.
The Grading Process (Diagram)
The sequence of actions instructors complete when creating assessable activities in Moodle
The following activities in Moodle have grading components and provide tools within it to provide marks or feedback. View the individual pages for instructions on how to set up and grade within the activities
- Moodle Assignment
Assignment Submission and Marking
Assignment Submission and Marking with Similarity Checking services
Deliver automatically and manually marked quzzes
- UNSW workshop
Peer review and self assessment
- OU Blog
Private or Shared blogs where participation can be assessed
- OU Wiki
Private or Collaborative wiki where participation can be assessed
Guided content with automatic and manually marked questions
Gradebook and Reporting
The Gradebook is used manage and release all the grades within the course. View the following pages on how to use individual features of the gradebook and reporting options such as Logs.
- Use the gradebook -
- Generate reports