During the Submission Phase, students will submit their work according to the instructions and criteria established in the Setup Phase and instructors will allocate the submissions for peer review. Before moving to the Submission Phase, make sure all the settings are correct. There are many options in creating a workshop.
If you have any questions about the workshop, contact ITRC - (208)-282-5880 or email email@example.com.
This guide will help you to:
You will want to see the additional Workshop guides for more information about each phase
Once you move to the Submission Phase, students will be able to begin submitting their work. If you have set Access Controls during the Setup Phase, submissions will be limited to those dates. If you would like to set a submission window, you can do that in the Access Controls section of the workshop settings.
For more information, see Workshop: The Setup Phase. Make sure that all the settings are correct before moving to the Submission Phase.
In the Submission Phase, when students click on the name of the workshop, they will see the Workshop Planner with a list of the tasks they need to complete and reminders of submission due dates (if you have set a due date). During the Submission Phase, students are able to edit their submissions.
Note: The workshop MUST be in the Submission Phase for students to submit their work (even if you have set a submission window using the Access Controls section within the settings).
To move to the Submission phase:
The first task in the Submission Phase is to provide instructions for assessment. These instructions were created in the Setup Phase, however, you can modify them at this point if necessary. There are several ways to access the instructions for assessment.
After students have submitted their work, you will need to distribute the submissions to other students for the Assessment Phase. In the Workshop Planner, you will see the number of students in your class next to Expected. As students submit their work, you will see the number of submissions next to Submitted. You can also see a list of the submissions below the Workshop Planner.
Note: It is best to have an odd number of reviewers for the grade for assessment to be calculated. Instructors assessments are counted, if the submissions have been allocated to the instructor.
There are several ways to access the Allocate submissions screen:
You can allocate the submissions manually or randomly.
In Manual Allocation, you will match pairs of students to review each other’s submissions. i.e., if you assign Mark to review Beth’s submission, Beth will be assigned to review Mark’s submission. You can assign as many reviewers and reviewees as there are students in the class.
Note: You can also Click the X from the main list of students.
Note: It is possible to assign a submission to a student who has not submitted yet. The confirmation screen and the list of participant indicates No submission found for this user.
In Random allocation option, Select the number of reviews per student, Determine if students without submissions can review, and Delete any manual allocations you may have indicated.
Note: You can delete all the allocations, both manual and random, by selecting 0 in the Number of reviews dropdown menu and checking the Remove current allocations checkbox.
Note: The following option is only available if you selected Students may assess their own work in the workshop settings.
As this is a peer assessment tool, by default instructors do not show up in the list for allocating the submissions. However, an instructor can be added as a peer reviewer. The instructor’s review will be combined with the other reviews to calculate the student’s submission grade.
For more information on how grading works in the workshop, see Workshop: Grading Evaluation Phase.
To add the instructor to the list of participants who can review submissions:
Note: You can select any of the roles listed, e.g., Teacher (Unlisted), Non-editing Teacher, etc.
To hide the names of the authors and the reviewers:
Note: By default students are enrolled in your course in the Student role. If anyone has been added in the Student (Manual Enrollment) role, you will need to change the permissions for both roles.
Note: Prevent will make the workshop anonymous. Do not use Prohibit as it may have some unintended consequences.
Note: When students submit their work, Moodle ISU will not show the name of the file. When student submit their work, there is a Title field. If a student uses his/her name in the Title field, the reviewer will see the student’s name. In addition, the assessment will not be anonymous if the student includes their name within the body or heading of the file.
Once all the students have submitted their work and you have allocated the submissions, you are ready to move to the Assessment Phase.
For information on the Assessment Phase, see Workshop: The Assessment Phase.
For more information about Workshops, see Workshop settings.
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