Blocks: AJAX Marking Block

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Shows a teacher all of the unmarked work which has been submitted by their students across all of the courses they teach in. It's most useful when placed on the front page, and it allows the work to be viewed and graded through a pop-up interface, which then updates the block once the work is marked.

AJAX Marking Block 2.1.4 for Moodle 2.1

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Gavin Henrick
Friday, 2 December 2011, 8:40 PM
General comments
Currently when a teacher wants to get a complete list of all work to be marked, there is no way to get a complete list of every submission without going into the courses. This block solves that issue. When you place this block on the front page, the teacher is then shown all of the unmarked work that has been submitted by students in their courses. The list of submissions needing marking are broken down by course and expands to show the individual modules and student submissions. When you click...
Is there documentation for it? The Moodle Docs page provides an overview of the functionality and an update of what the difference is for the Moodle 2 version. and then details all the screens that a teacher or student can see, and explains the key features and settings. The README.txt in the zip provides an overview on the functionality. Is it easy for the teacher/admin to use? The block is very simple to use. Once added to the page, the teacher can just expand the courses that they want to ...