Moodle- File Submission Assignments

Compatible with 2.0, 2.1.

Upload a Single File

1. First make sure that editing is turned on. To do so, click the Turn editing on button in the upper right corner of your homepage.

2. In the desired week/topic, click the Add an activity dropdown menu and click Upload a single file.

3. From this screen, enter a name and description for the assignment. Both of these fields are required to save the assignment.

4. You can also set up a window of time for the dropbox to be open, or allow it to be open all the time by clicking the unchecking the Enable checkbox. 

5. Choose the maximum size of the file that can be uploaded, and whether or not to allow resubmitting, along with several other options.

6. When you are done setting up your assignment, click the Save and return to course button at the bottom of the page. Click Save and display if you would like a preview of the assignment.

Advanced Uploading of Files

1. First make sure that editing is turned on. To do so, click the Turn editing on button in the upper right corner of your homepage.

2. In the desired week/topic, click the Add an activity dropdown menu and click “Advanced uploading of files".

3. From this screen, enter a name and description. Both are required to save.

4. After you have inserted a name and a description you can choose the specifics of the assignment: the size, the number of files that can be uploaded, and so on.

5. When you are done setting up your assignment click the Save and return to course button at the bottom of the page. Click Save and display if you would like a preview of the assignment.

Grading an Assignment with an Uploaded File

1. From your course homepage, click the link to the desired assignment.

2. Click the View # submitted assignments link to the top right of the page.

3. You will now see a list of submissions listed by student names. Use the “Last modified (Student)” column to open a student’s submission.

4. You can quickly grade submissions and leave feedback using the “Grade” and “Comment” columns. Click the Save all my feedback button at the bottom of the page when finished.

5. Clicking the Grade link in the "Status" column will allow you to perform the same functions, but with the assistance of an HTML editor. If the assignment is an “Advanced uploading of files,” you can also use this window to upload a response file that the student will see when viewing feedback for a submission.




Keywords:file, assignment, 2.1   Doc ID:21572
Owner:Elizabeth H.Group:Moodle
Created:2011-12-02 13:52 CDTUpdated:2013-09-10 10:02 CDT
Sites:DoIT Help Desk, Moodle
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