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  • Instructions - be aware that students can get straight into an Assignment, bypassing any other notices on your Moodle space's front page. So do put your instructions into the Assignment's Description - that way students are guaranteed to see them.
  • Releasing marks
    • To keep marks hidden from students until the marking process is complete - you need to hide that item in the Gradebook (you can use the 'Hidden until' setting). Unless you do that, by default marks and feedback will be revealed to students, one by one as you save them.
    • Avoid using 'Hide' for the whole assignment, though, since students may want to refer back. If you want to limit the period of late submissions, use the 'Cut-off date' and/or 'Grant extension' as follows:
    • To grant an extension, open the assignment

    • Click on "View all submissions"

    • Locate the student who is to be allowed to submit after the "Cut-off date"To

    • Click on the adjacent "Edit" drop down menu and select "Grant extension"

    • Set the extension date and time
    • Click on "Save changes"(see Moodle guidance on granting extensions).
  • Multiple markers should coordinate carefully, especially if marking offline with bulk-downloaded submissions and a marksheet. Before uploading those again it's very important to coordinate carefully with any other markers. 
  • Offline marking is not compatible with use of Moodle Rubrics or Marksheets - those need to be completed online (though you can always download the submissions to view offline).
  • Group submissions - if this is set to 'Require all group members submit' this means that each group member needs to be instructed to submit. This is effectively requiring each student's approval for the submission, which is good in theory as long as students need to know they are supposed to do this. There needs to be a process in place which anticipates a few group members not submitting, for whatever reason (possibly they just forgot). 

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