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Exams and assessment

Submitting work to Moodle

Just about all work at York St John University is submitted via Moodle.  Essays may be uploaded to a Moodle submission box or to TurnItIn via Moodle. Mahara ePortfolio submissions are also through Moodle. Videos can be submitted directly to Moodle or can be uploaded to the YSJ Media Library or YouTube and then a link is submitted to a Moodle text box.

Submitting Word file assignments to Moodle

Word file assignments should be submitted to Moodle for assessment. There are two types of submissions. The standard Moodle submission is shown by the hand under paper icon. Once the submission is confirmed, the file can only be returned to draft by the tutor or School admin.

Helpsheet on Submitting a Word file assignment to Moodle.pdf (0.3mb)

Submitting an essay to TurnItin via Moodle

Word file assignments should be submitted to Moodle for assessment. There are two types of submissions. A TurnItIn submission is shown by the red arrow around paper icon.

TurnItIn assignments usually allow re-submission up to the deadline for the assignment where the final submission is the one that is marked.

There is a dummy TurnItIn submission point for students to get a private TurnItIn report within the Develop Your Academic Writing with TurnItIn 19-20 moodle course.

Helpsheet on Submitting an essay to Turntitn via Moodle.pdf (0.3 mb)

Submitting Mahara ePortfolio to Moodle

Mahara ePortfolio assignments should be submitted to Moodle for assessment. Moodle and Mahara are linked so you will see a list of Mahara collections and pages within to choose from within the submission point. Note that that Mahara pages are locked when submitted to Moodle.

Helpsheet on Submitting Mahara ePortfolio to Moodle.pdf (0.3mb)

Submitting video to Moodle

Video is often submitted direct to Moodle. This can be done from any device including PC and iPads by opening Moodle in a browser such as Google Chrome. 

Helpsheet on Submitting video to Moodle.pdf (0.4 mb)

Submitting text or links to Moodle

Sometimes for submissions requiring a simple link or short piece of text this is submitted directly on Moodle by typing or pasting rather than by attaching a file.

Helpsheet on Submitting texts or links to Moodle.pdf (0.3 mb)

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