moodle-report myfeedback

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moodle-report myfeedback
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Maintainer(s) Jessica Gramp

For user guides please see report/myfeedback/index.

About the report

The Moodle My feedback report appears in the My Profile > Activity Reports menu and allows students to see an overview of all their grades and feedback for assessment activities such as Moodle Assignments, Turnitin Assignments (v1 & v2), Workshops and Quizzes. It provides their visible grades and a link to their submission and any feedback that has been released to them. The My feedback report displays this information in a searchable and sortable table. When clicking a link from this table, the user is directed to that course activity information (in some cases the link will be directly to the submission or feedback files - e.g. Turnitin Assignments open directly in a new window). When clicking on feedback this will usually take you to the user's result page for that activity.

The report is intended to help students understand the variety of feedback they receive. It can also be used to identify similarities between feedback received from across modules and years to help students see how they can improve their work in future assessments. This is intended to be done in partnership with teaching staff (such as personal tutors at university, or a home group teacher in a school setting). See setting up staff access below.

Install instructions:

1. Copy the myfeedback directory to the report directory of your Moodle instance. 2. Visit the admin notifications page.

Setting up Access

Student access to the report is available as soon as you install it. Staff access (teachers, personal tutors and programme administrators) need to be configured.

Set up the My feedback roles for staff access

Log in as a site admin and go to Site Administration> Users > Permission > Define Roles. At the bottom of the page 'Add a new role' with the following permissions enabled:

  • Personal tutor:
    • Allow report/myfeedback:personaltutor
    • Allow moodle/user:readuserblogs (optional)
    • Allow moodle/user:readuserposts (optional)
    • Allow moodle/user:viewalldetails (optional)
    • Allow moodle/user:viewuseractivitiesreport (optional)
    • Allow moodle/user:viewdetails (optional)
  • Programme administrator:
    • Allow enrol/category:synchronised*
    • Allow report/myfeedback:progadmin
  • The programme administrator role can be used to assign staff at category level to all courses within the category using the category enrolments plugin. See: Category_enrolments

It may be possible to use this role using Cohorts, but this has not been tested yet. If you do know if this works or not, please update this help file to reflect this - thank you.

You will also need to modify the teacher and non-editing teacher role to enable teacher (known as 'module tutor'*) access to the report:

  • Allow gradereport/myfeedbacklink:view
  • The names of the reports can be changed in the strings to match the terms used at your institution. To do this, log in as a site admin and use the language editing interface in Site Administration > Language> Language customisation.

Personal Tutor access

To set up personal tutor access, the staff member needs to be assigned as a personal tutor of each student they are supporting, using the 'assign roles relative to this user' in each student's profile. See [1].

Assigning parent roles can be automated using the dbuserrel plugin. See: [2]

How do users access the report

Once installed, the report can be accessed via the user profile (Reports > My Feedback). Access is controlled by the user context, teachers will be able to see grades and feedback for students enrolled on the courses that they teach. Students (who aren't also teachers) can only see their own grades. Programme Administrators can see all grades for all students in the category they have been assigned access to (unless permissions prohibit this).