Can someone explain?
"selected submissions can be set as published so they become available to all Workshop participants in the next phase"
As a teacher, click the submission title. You should then find a form allowing you to mark the submission as published below the submission text. Save the form. When the workshop is closed, published submissions become visible to all participants.
Thanks David, helpful as always.
Thanks Kristin for your question; now added to Workshop FAQ for others searching for this in future.
Are the submissions published with the names of students and reviewers? Do you get consent before publishing this? Any issues related to confidentiality here?
What exactly gets published? The submitted work only? Or the submitted work and all the peer assessments? With, or without, names????
The Publish option does not appear anywhere, when I click per directions.My current Workshop is closed. I went back to the Assessment phase. The Publish option did not appear anywhere. I changed phase to Grading, and then, the Publish option appeared.
As in previous post, what are the issues re confidentiality??? And for this post, what exactly gets published?
The capability "View author names" (mod/workshop:viewauthornames) is checked for each user when displaying published submissions. If the user has this permission, the names are displayed to them. Otherwise, the name is not displayed (unless the author puts it into the submission text, of course).
It is expected behaviour that a submission can be marked as to pe published during the grading evaluation phase only. Picking submissions to be published is considered as a part of the grading evaluation process.
Only the submission title, submission text and eventual submission attachments are published (and again there is a capability "View published submissions" required to see them). The assessments are available only to the author of assessed submission (and to those with the capability "View all assessments", such as teacher by default).
Students have no way to opt-out, teacher decides what gets published. It is expected that teachers communicate this with students in advance.