Distance Learning: Getting started with eSubmission

This course is designed for academic staff unable to find a suitable date to attend a face to face session.

eSubmission is the process of submitting assignments electronically via the Digital Learning Environment (DLE). It allows students to submit a digital copy of their work which can then be viewed, marked and graded by academics in one central place.

Who should attend this course?

This course is aimed at any staff responsible for creating and marking online student submissions. The course is to give staff the information and guidance on how GradeMark can be used by Academics to mark submissions and how students access the marks and feedback.

Pre-requisites

As this is a DLE based course you will need to use an internet connect computer.

To access this course you will need to self-enrol on the to the following course:

Distance Learning: Getting Started with eSubmission.

You will need to use the enrolment key: Submission to gain access to the course.

Once enrolled on the course you will be able to start working through the content, on completion you can request this to be added to your professional record.

What you will gain

The session will use video examples to demonstrate the creation and setup of assignments on the DLE and guide you through the marking and giving of feedback on work submitted electronically through these assignments.

The course will cover:

  • Setting up an assignment in Moodle
  • Setting options for feedback and grading
  • Overview of Turnitin originality checking in Moodle
  • Marker allocation
  • Further help and support
  • A reminder of how to set up marker allocation
  • Student submission process
  • Marking and giving feedback to students
  • Releasing feedback
  • How student’s access to feedback
  • Further help and support

For enquiries about this course, please contact Academic Support, Technology & Innovation.