Now there’s an alternative to those long, lonely hours of grading —The Long Night of Grading brought to you by CIE, the Osterlin Library and Educational Media Technologies. On Thursday, May 4th, just when you are most buried by tests and papers and projects, the library will be open for you to grade with your… Continue Reading Long Night of Grading – May 4th
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You might notice a few changes this term in the Moodle gradebook User report. We’ve turned off “Calculated weight” and “Contribution to course total” as default elements that students see when they check individual course grades. Below is an image of what the default User report use to look like. And here’s an image of what… Continue Reading Moodle Gradebook/User Report Changes – Spring 2017
I love teaching–planning lessons, diving into my content, working with students–but I admit I’m less fond of grading, especially at the end of the semester. But now there’s an alternative to those long, lonely hours of grading —The Long Night of Grading brought to you by CIE, the Osterlin Library and Educational Media Technologies. On… Continue Reading Long Night of Grading
It’s an NMC policy to retain 5 years of gradebook records. Many instructors print off and save their own gradebook records, and we’re going to assist in these efforts by saving the gradebook of any course that currently exists in Moodle. We’re going to export these gradebooks to a searchable database just in case anyone… Continue Reading NMC Records & Retention, Moodle Gradebooks, Course Backups & More
Instructors may hear this question from students regarding an assignment and how it will affect their grade. AND instructors may ask themselves the same question when entering scores into the grade book. You can direct students to your syllabus to answer their question and Moodle can help answer the 2nd question when entering grades. The point range… Continue Reading How Many Points is that Worth?