Moodle course ratings_sep2013

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Implementing the new Moodle course rartings functions for students at the College of North West London

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Moodle course ratings_sep2013

  1. 1. Moodle Course Ratings Enabling student voice for our online provision Tony Delahunty, 2013
  2. 2. User ratings online (Web 2.0) • Familiar to users • Functional, empowering for users Tony Delahunty, 2013 Moodle Course Ratings: 1of 4
  3. 3. Students vote to rate Moodle course • Students get to vote by clicking on a coloured star • May add comment or explanation too • Current version has 4 stars, supposedly equivalent to Ofsted ratings. Tony Delahunty, 2013 Moodle Course Ratings: 2 of 4
  4. 4. Ratings visibility • Teachers see a summary of votes cast and notes left, but not who voted and what comments they made • 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: 3 of 4
  5. 5. Implementing at CNWL: • Students will need to be registered on the Moodle course to cast their vote (so teaching staff may need to check qualcodes are accurately set). • The purpose of this initiative is we can measure how useful our on-line provision is to learners and how it supports their learning • Various changes made to Moodle code (5 stars, average calculation, look and feel) Tony Delahunty, 2013 Moodle Course Ratings: 4 of 4
  6. 6. Moodle Course Ratings Enabling student voice for our online provision Tony Delahunty, 2013

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