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Moodle course ratings_oct2013

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Details and screenshots of the new Moodle course ratings functionality, as implemented at CNWL, October 2013

Details and screenshots of the new Moodle course ratings functionality, as implemented at CNWL, October 2013

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  • 1. Moodle Course Ratings Enabling student voice for our online provision Tony Delahunty, 2013
  • 2. CNWL Moodle: • Established as the College’s online learning platform, in use across all provision Tony Delahunty, 2013 Moodle Course Ratings: 1 of 5
  • 3. User ratings online (Web 2.0) • Familiar to users • Functional, empowering for users Tony Delahunty, 2013 Moodle Course Ratings: 2of 5
  • 4. New: Students vote to rate Moodle course • New in 2013-14 across all CNWL courses • Students get to vote by clicking on a coloured star • May add comment or explanation too Tony Delahunty, 2013 Moodle Course Ratings: 3of 5
  • 5. Ratings visibility • Teachers see a summary of their students’ votes and comments, but not who voted (i.e. they are anonymous) • Students will be able to see the current average rating for their courses, and other courses at the College • For administrators, there is a comprehensive report detailing the courses with most/least votes, etc Tony Delahunty, 2013 Moodle Course Ratings: 4 of 5
  • 6. Implementing at CNWL: • Students will need to be registered on the Moodle course to cast their vote (so Faculties may need to check qualcodes are accurately set). • Explanatory text emphasises that learners are rating the Moodle component of their course, not their experience as a whole • The existing Moodle program has been customised for CNWL (5 stars, average calculation, look and feel) Tony Delahunty, 2013 Moodle Course Ratings: 5 of 5
  • 7. Moodle Course Ratings Enabling student voice for our online provision Tony Delahunty, 2013