Feedback settings

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Note: You are currently viewing documentation for Moodle 3.3. Up-to-date documentation for the latest stable version of Moodle is probably available here: Feedback settings.

Enabling Feedback Module

  • Feedback is enabled by default in new installations, but if you don't see it as an option in your courses, ask the administrator to enable it from Site administration >Plugins >Activity modules> Manage activities.

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Enabling Feedback Block

When added to a course, the Feedback block will display a list of all global Feedback activities associated with a course. This is helpful for when you want to draw the user's attention to completing the Feedback activity. Global Feedback activities can be set up on the front page and can be site wide, or mapped to specific courses. See the section on mapping feedback to courses below. To enable this block, as an admin, go to Administration > Site Administration > Plugins > Blocks > Manage blocks.

Feedback administration settings

  • With the editing turned on,in the section you wish to add your feeback, click the "Add an activity or resource" link (or, if not present, the "Add an activity" drop down menu )and choose Feedback. All settings may expanded by clicking the "Expand all" link top right.

General

General settings expanded by default

Name

Whatever you type here will form the link learners click on to view the Feedback, so it is helpful to give it a name that suggests its purpose.

Description

Add a description of your Feedback instance here. Click the icon top left to expand the toolbar, and drag the bottom right of the text box out to expand it.

Display description on the course page

If this box is ticked, the description will appear on the course page just below the name of the Feedback.

Availability

(These settings are collapsed by default.)

Availability settings expanded

Here you can choose when users can complete feedback.

Question and submission settings

(These settings are collapsed by default)

Question and submission settings expanded


Record User Names

Choose here whether to show the names of users who complete the feedback or not.

Allow multiple submissions

Choose here whether or not to allow users to complete the feeback more than once. This is important when using Feedback for anonymous surveys on the front page as it will allow non-logged in users to complete the feedback.

Enable notification of submissions

If set to 'Yes' then teachers will receive notifications when users submit feedback.

Auto-number questions

If set to 'Yes' then the questions will be automatically numbered.

After submission

(These settings are collapsed by default.)

After submission settings expanded

Show analysis page

The summary results can be shown to respondents, or shown only to teachers.

Completion message

This allows you to present users with apersonalised message after they have answered the questions.

Link to next activity

This allows you to add a URL to another activity or webpage which you would like them to go to once they have answered the questions.

Note: Neither of the above fields is required for a student to answer the questions, but they must click the Answer the questions... link to start the Feedback activity.

Common module settings

See Common module settings

Restrict access/Activity completion

(These settings are collapsed by default)

These settings are visible if Conditional activities and Activity completion have been enabled in the site and the course.

Map feedback to courses

If a feedback instance is added to the front page there is an option, when 'Save and display" is clicked, to map the feedback to courses. All courses or certain courses may be selected. (In other words, if you only want the feedback to be available in certain courses but not all, you would choose just those courses.) The Feedback block can then be added to those courses and it provides a quick link to the Feedback activity.

Steps to map front page feedback to a course

To map to a course, first type in the name of a course and press the Search button. You will then be presented with a drop down menu from which you may choose your course.Click the 'map feedback' button to add it. Repeat this to add another course. If you don't choose a course then the feedback will be mapped to all courses by default.

Site administration settings

The feedback module has additional settings which may be changed by an administrator in Administration > Site administration > Plugins > Activity modules > Feedback.

Allow full anonymous

Changing this setting to "yes" permits non-logged in users on the front page to complete a feedback activity.

Feedback capabilities