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First name / Surname
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Viewing assignment submissions, you will see a table with six headings: '''First name / Surname''' (along with the photograph), '''Grade''' (for the submitted assignment), '''Comment''' (the feedback information you have written in the feedback field while grading the assignment), '''
Grade  
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Last modified (Student)''' (the date of the last modification of the assignment by the student), '''Last modified (Teacher)''' (the date of the last modification of the assignment by the student), and '''Status''' (with which you can move to the page where you grade the submitted assignment or, in case it's been graded, update the grade and/or the comment.
Comment  
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Last modified (Student)  
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Above, there is an alphabetical index, which helps you narrow down the number of students shown on one page only to those whose surname (or name) starts with the same letter. That is particularly helpful in case of a large number of course participants.
Last modified (Teacher)  
 
Status
 

Revision as of 21:38, 2 July 2005

Note for Contributors
This page should explain what can be seen on the moodlesite.com/mod/assignment/submissions.php page
(where the teacher can view and grade submissions)


Viewing assignment submissions, you will see a table with six headings: First name / Surname (along with the photograph), Grade (for the submitted assignment), Comment (the feedback information you have written in the feedback field while grading the assignment), Last modified (Student) (the date of the last modification of the assignment by the student), Last modified (Teacher) (the date of the last modification of the assignment by the student), and Status (with which you can move to the page where you grade the submitted assignment or, in case it's been graded, update the grade and/or the comment.

Above, there is an alphabetical index, which helps you narrow down the number of students shown on one page only to those whose surname (or name) starts with the same letter. That is particularly helpful in case of a large number of course participants.