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== Scales ==
 
 
 
'''Scales''' may be used in Forums, Glossaries (for rating) and Assignments (for grading).
 
'''Scales''' may be used in Forums, Glossaries (for rating) and Assignments (for grading).
  
The interface for creating scales is accessed by clicking the "Scales" link in any course Administration block.
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* The interface for creating scales is accessed by clicking the "Scales" link in any course Administration block.
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* Scales may be created for individual courses by Teachers with editing rights or Administrators.
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* Administrators may create site-wide scales by "promoting" a scale created for a course. To achieve this, add a new scale, then use the move down arrow to move the scale from custom scales to standard scales (i.e. site-wide).
  
Scales may be created for individual courses by Teachers with editing rights or Administrators.
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== See also ==
  
Administrators may create site-wide scales by "promoting" a scale created for a course.
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*[http://download.moodle.org/docs/using_moodle/ch12_grades.pdf Using Moodle Chapter 12: Grades and Scales]
  
To achieve this, add a new scale, then use the move down arrow to move the scale from custom scales to standard scales (i.e. site-wide).
 
  
 
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Revision as of 21:05, 15 February 2006

Scales may be used in Forums, Glossaries (for rating) and Assignments (for grading).

  • The interface for creating scales is accessed by clicking the "Scales" link in any course Administration block.
  • Scales may be created for individual courses by Teachers with editing rights or Administrators.
  • Administrators may create site-wide scales by "promoting" a scale created for a course. To achieve this, add a new scale, then use the move down arrow to move the scale from custom scales to standard scales (i.e. site-wide).

See also