plugin is installed in the normal fashion for Moodle plugins either by
cloning the repository into the assignment submission plugins directory from the github repository or downloading a zip and following the installation instructions:
Unpack the plugin into /mod/assign/submission/onenote within your Moodle install.
From the Moodle Administration block, expand Site Administration and click "Notifications".
Follow the on-screen instructions to install the plugin.
installed the administrator will want to consider if this plugin will
be enabled for all assignments by default or not and change the settings
access the OneNote submission plugin just like any other submission
plugin. They navigate into the assignment, click on the add submission
button and then click on the work on this button with the OneNote icon.
At this point they will either be asked to login to Office 365 or they
will be redirected to OneNote online. When they access OneNote a new
page will be created in a section named for the course. The page will
have the name of the assignment and the student’s name in parentheses.
All of the students submissions will be here for all assignments in the
course that the student has created OneNote submissions for. The student
then edits the content in OneNote and in order for Moodle to process
the submission they must go back to Moodle and click save changes.
student is also able to create new sections and content as needed for
their submission and this will be shown as part of their work.
will first need to enable the assignment submission type for the
assignment by editing the assignment’s settings and enabling the OneNote
submission under submission settings.
use the integration to review student’s submissions for an assignment.
To access the submissions the teacher can either view the Assignment
grading screen and click the view submission button with the OneNote
icon. Once the Teacher has access the OneNote file in Office 365 then
are able to see all submissions for all activities created by the
selected student as pages as well as the feedback that has been
provided. Each submission in the OneNote integration will be a new page
with the student’s name on it.
If not enabled by default teachers will need to enable this submission type for each assignment in the course.
documentation for the OneNote submission covers installation only.
There aren’t any documents on how to use the plugin for a teacher or
student. This is probably because until December 2016 the OneNote
integration required a separate account from office 365 for business and
was just recently put in beta with Office 365 for Business.
Simple text assignment submissions
Multiple document submissions (using multiple section of OneNote)
Projects requiring different types of media in one location
Group collaborative projects
- Submissions requiring commenting and editing via the OneNote feedback