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1. This tutorial is about how to make your Workshop open for your Students to submit their assignments.
a. Access Moodle via the MyMtech webpage provided on the Montana Tech home page.
b. Sign In to your account using your MyMtech login.
c. Once you are signed in, select the course you want to view under Courses you are teaching located
in the Navigation block on the left hand side.
c. Go to the selected course home.
d. Select your new Workshop.
2. This tutorial is about how to make your Workshop open for your students to submit their assignments.
a. From the “home page” of the Workshop, select the “light bulb” at the top of the section “Submission
b. Select “Continue”. This will open the Workshop for Submissions and returns you to the Workshop “home page”.
c. From the “home page” have the students submit their work by selecting the link “submit your work”.
d. Students will be asked to Submit their work. They will need to select the “Submit” button to continue.
e. Students will need to Title, and upload their work the same way you created the sample submissions.
f. Have them select the “Save Changes” button.
g. The student will be redirected to another page confirming that their submission has now been added
h. Now that submissions are available for the you, the instructor, to read, you may start to “Allocate” submissions for peer review.
i. Select “Allocate Submissions” in the Submission phase green box. This will direct you to another page in which you may choose from several options of allocation. These include:
i. Manual Allocation
ii. Random Allocation
iii. Scheduled Allocation
j. For tutorials sake, the self-critique has been turned on so that the user may peer review their own document. Once the submissions have been allocated to each student, each student will be asked to give their input about each submission and the grade they would like to give the submissions.
k. Now that submissions have been peer read, it is time to start the grading process. When you are ready to move to the next phase, select the Assessment phase “light bulb”.
l. Select “Continue” on the next page.
* Workshop is a very powerful tool for grading writing assignments and peer review. It is very flexible and easy to navigate. For any reason, you can open the Workshop up again to edit Submissions or Assessments. In each section you just need to select the light bulb up at the top of the section you wish to activate and Workshop will lead you through the steps to modify your Workshop activity.
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