Workshop: The Five Phases Moodle ISU
Workshops are an assignment with a peer assessment component. A typical workshop is a long-term activity and can take up to several days or even weeks to complete. The workshop workflow is divided into five phases.
Note: You will manually move the workshop from phase to phase when you are ready to move on, the exception being from the Submission phase to the Assessment phase.
There are many options in creating a workshop. If you have any questions about the workshop, contact ITRC for additional assistance.
This guide will help you to:
You will want to see the additional workshop guides for more information about each phase.
Once you have created a workshop, clicking on the workshop will take you to a Workshop Planner where you will manually control the progress through the workshop. Only instructors have access to the Workshop Planner .
In the Workshop Planner, you will see the five phases, one in each column. Under each phase is a list of tasks that must be completed before the workshop can continue to the next phase. Items that have been completed are displayed with a check mark next to them. Items that still need to be completed are displayed with a blank box next to them. You can click on the name of the task in order to complete the necessary information.
The current phase will be highlighted and the other phases grayed out. While you can move to the next phase without completing the tasks in the current phase, you will encounter problems. Please complete all the tasks in the current phase before moving to the next phase.
Note: To move to the next phase, Click the lightbulb above the next phase.
You can set a specific time for the Submission phase to switch to the Assessment phase. This is the only time that the Workshop does not require a manual switching of the phases.
To begin setting up your workshop, see Workshop: The Setup Phase
For more information, see Workshop module.
For additional information, contact ITRC - (208)-282-5880 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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