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WebPA Moodle Integration Part I
Transcript of WebPA Moodle Integration Part I
how to get your WebPA Assessment into Moodle as an activity
have your student grades and feedback from WebPA imported into Moodle Step 1.
In edit mode select the WebPA Assessment activity from the drop down menu to add a new WebPA Assessment. Step 2.
Now you'll need to name this activity within Moodle. Note: As with all Moodle activities there are common module settings which can be configured. These will only affect the release of the Moodle activity, not the WebPA Assessment release dates, or group collections Step 3.
You can either select one of the assessments you've already created within WebPA from the drop down, or you can select to 'Create a new assessment' in WebPA. The description area can be used to add the instructions you'd like your students to follow for this activity and also explain why they're being asked to do it. Finally you should click one of the save options at the bottom once you're ready.
If you choose to create a new assessment you'll automatically be directed to the WebPA Assessment creation page. Note: Remember to confirm your student groups have been assigned to a group collection within WebPA prior to creating assessments. WebPA Assessment creation requires you to assign a group collection. Your WebPA Assessment activity in Moodle is created and released at this stage. Below is an example of how a student will see this activity in Moodle. Once the student selects the activity they'll be taken to the activity title and description page where they can select to 'Login to WebPA' and begin the assessment. This login happens automatically and seamlessly to both students and instructors. The login option takes the students directly into the WebPA Assessment. Finalising WebPA Assessments in Moodle: importing grades and comments Step 4.
Once you're ready to finish the assessment and retrieve the marks you can select the assessment in Moodle and choose to import the marks. However if you haven't marked the assessment in WebPA and created a Mark sheet you'll need to choose the 'Login to WebPA' option to complete this first.
Now you can select your closed assessment in WebPA and generate a Mark sheet, or multiple Marks sheets depending on what weighting and criteria you'd like to use to mark your students responses. In this example I've created two Mark sheets for my WebPA Assessment. Step 5.
With a couple of Mark sheets created I can now choose the 'Import marks to Gradebook' option back in Moodle. This option will provide a drop down of the Mark sheets I can choose from. These are named numerically in the order they were created. Once I choose the Mark sheet I'd like to use I can select the 'Submit to Gradebook' button to import the marks and comments. The WebPA Assessment activity in moodle is now complete. Below is a screenshot of the Grader report view you can see for this WebPA Assessment including the comments provided by the students. This User report screenshot displays what a student will see. As the title says this is only part 1 of this WebPA / Moodle integration project. Moving forward we plan to have further integration so these procedures may change in the future to include the following:
Moodle grouping to WebPA Group Collection automation
WebPA Form creation from Moodel
WebPA Assessment creation from Moodle
I hope you find this tutorial useful, but please feel free to contact me if you have any questions. John Paul Posada
Faculty of Engineering
The University of New South Wales | UNSW Sydney | NSW | 2052
Tel: +61 2 9385 6123 | Mob: +61 2 0401 713 540 | Fax: +61 2 9385 5456