New possibilities for Student activity completion
Activity completion allows students, teachers and convenors to see their progress through their Moodle module. The student has an easy to see a checklist of what they have done so far. It can also be linked to Restrict access in order to allow the teacher or convenor to set criteria upon which a student is allowed to progress through a module and access materials.
- Activity dates and Activity completion conditions may now be shown on the module page and within activities at the top of the activity page.
- Students can mark an activity as complete from within the activity itself when using the manual completion.
For teachers & Convenors:
- New display settings: New settings allow teachers to hide or show activity dates and completion conditions on the course page.
- Improved activity completion report: The activity completion report may be filtered by activity and activity order.
Two useful updates in Moodle Quizzes
You will now find two useful updates to the Moodle quiz question type Essay question: A minimum/maximum word counter and Turnitin’s originality checker is now available, to flag text that has been matched to a source in one of Turnitin’s three databases.
- If the word limits set for the essay are not met, the student will see that their answer is incomplete because the answer is too short or long.
For the teacher:
- Set word limit to essay-type questions. During grading, the teacher can clearly see, whether the students have followed the word restrictions or not.
- Turnitin’s originality checker compares the student’s answer to its three databases. See Introduction to Turnitin (Teacher guide)
Video Audio playback speed
- Moodle’s integrated media player, now allows users to select the playback rate for video and audio files.