plugin is installed in the normal fashion for Moodle plugins either by
cloning the repository into the assignment feedback Plugins directory from the github repository or downloading a zip and following the installation instructions:
Unpack the plugin into /mod/assign/feedback/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
student navigates to the assignment submission screen. At the bottom of
the page if there is feedback on the assignment they will see a button
to review the feedback with a OneNote icon next to it. Clicking on this
will bring the user to OneNote in Office 365 and place the student on
the feedback page. From here the student can review the feedback the
teacher has provided.
teacher first has to configure the assignment to allow OneNote
feedback. To do this they edit the assignment settings and enabling
OneNote feedback in the Feedback settings area.
provide feedback via OneNote the teacher navigates to the assignment
grading screen and begins the grading process for a student. At the
bottom of the grading page for the assignment there will be an add
feedback button. The teacher clicks on this button and is brought into
the OneNote notebook in Office 365. A new page is created that says
feedback for the submission for the student. One feedback page will be
created for each submissions that feedback is provided for. From here
the teacher enters their feedback in OneNote using the tools they
desire. Once done the teacher returns to Moodle and saves changes on the
assignment grading screen.
not enabled by default teachers will need to enable this feedback type
for each assignment in the course. The link to view the feedback will
also not be displayed in the gradebook only in the assignment grading
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.
Providing feedback to students in with multiple types of feedback such as:
Highlighting of text
- Internal document comments