Information regarding grading and providing feedback on Moodle assignments is contained in the Moodle assignment guide.
What is a Moodle video assignment?
The video assignment tool allows students to submit video files/media for assessment. Staff can also grade and provide feedback on submitted work via the Moodle assignment grading tools.
How to create a video assignment
- Got to your Moodle course page and Turn editing on via the editing button located in the top right of Moodle
2. Locate the Moodle topic section in which you wish to place the Video Assignment submission point. Name the section if required and add a description. Then click the Add an activity or resource button
3. Select the Assignment activity from the list
4. Step by step guidance on creating a video assignment is available in the Moodle assignment guide. The only setting that is required specific to video assignments is to select Online Text as a Submission type. If you do not require students to submit any supporting files such as word files, untick the 'File submissions' option.
NOTE: Once a student submits a Lecturecast video as a response to a Moodle Assignment, that video is locked down on the Echo360 side. The student cannot edit or delete the video once it is locked (a Lecturecast administrator can delete the video if necessary).
How to view student video assignment submissions
To view student Lecturecast video submissions for an assignment:
- Open your Moodle course, and select the Assignment activity you want to grade.
- Click View all submissions.
3. Each Student who has submitted a response will be listed. Click Grade for the student whose submission you want to view.
4. The embedded Lecturecast Video appears on the student submission page. Click the Play icon to view the video. The normal Moodle grading options are located below the video. Further information on grading work using the Moodle grading tools is available in the Moodle assignment guides.
5. Follow your standard marking workflow and process for each student.
This short video demonstrates the steps above. This video has captions. A transcript is available via Media Central.