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The assignment module allows teachers to collect work from students, review it and provide feedback including grades.

The assignment module has undergone a significant rewrite for Moodle 2.3 and both the old Assignment module with four subtypes and the new Assignment module are included in Moodle 2.3. This allows administrators to transition users from the old assignment type to the new one. Upgrade tools also exist.

For documentation on the old Assignment module, please refer to the Moodle 2.2 documentation: https://docs.moodle.org/22/en/Assignment_module

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Students can submit any digital content (files), including, for example, word-processed documents, spreadsheets, images, audio and video clips. Assignments don't necessarily have to consist of file uploads. Alternatively, teachers can ask students to type directly into a text field in Moodle. An assignment activity can also be set up to not accept any student submissions and serve as a reminder to students of a 'real-world' assignment they need to complete and to record grades in Moodle for activities that don't have an online component.

Assignment types

An assignment has a date before which no students can submit anything, and a due date, after which teachers can choose not to accept submissions any more. Graders can choose to be notified every time a student submits an assignment, or only for late submissions. An assignment may, depending on settings, allow students to upload one or more files or none at all. It may allow the student to inter rich text in to a text field. Teachers can choose to give students feedback in the form of text or uploaded files.

See also