Participation credit

Workshop evaluation plugins ::: workshopeval_credit
Maintained by David Mudrák
Simple grading evaluation method that gives credit to peer-reviewers just for their participation in the activity without comparing their assessment with the others.
Latest release:
132 sites
14 fans
Current versions available: 3

Warning! This plugin is no longer maintained. It may work in recent Moodle versions but there is no support. For details of how you can become the new maintainer, see Plugins adoption programme.

When the workshop activity is in the grading evaluation phase, choose the evaluation method "Participation credit". Then select the required evaluation mode and click "Re-calculate grades".

There are three modes of how grades for assessment are calculated by this method.

  • All or nothing - The reviewer must assess all allocated submissions in order to obtain the maximum grade; otherwise they receive a grade of zero.
  • Proportional - The grade obtained is proportional to the number of assessments. If all allocated submissions are assessed, the reviewer will obtain the maximum grade; if half of the allocated submissions are assessed, the reviewer will obtain 50% of the maximum grade.
  • At least one - The reviewer must assess at least one allocated submission in order to obtain the maximum grade.


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  • Anthony Borrow
    Sin, 28 Feb 2013, 3:17 PM
    David - If you have a free moment, it would be appreciated if you could add a README.txt file to the zip and create a documentation page and provide the URL under Useful links. Peace - Anthony
  • David Mudrák
    Sin, 28 Feb 2013, 5:28 PM
    Thanks Anthony. I've added to the repository and put a link to the Github wiki for more docs.
  • David Mudrák
    Sin, 25 Aga 2016, 5:55 AM

    Just made a formal release of a new version after making sure it still works as expected in recent Moodle versions.

  • Paul
    Sin, 13 Okt 2016, 3:19 PM
    This plug through up errors on both my 2.7 and 2.9 versions. The other plug in installed without problems.
  • David Mudrák
    Sin, 13 Okt 2016, 5:49 PM

    Paul, can you report details about the error this throws to you - please use the plugin bug tracker . It is not clear to me what "other plugin" you mean.

  • David Mudrák
    Bil, 19 Jun 2018, 2:56 AM

    I just release version 3.1.0 of the plugin, implementing the privacy API. The Participation credit plugin does not store any personal data.

  • Jennifer Dehner
    Hla, 10 Jun 2022, 2:56 PM
    Thank you for sharing this.
  • Fabian Glagovsky
    Tha, 27 Jul 2022, 5:19 PM
    Hi, is this subplugin going to be supported in Moodle 4.X?
  • Fabian Glagovsky
    Bil, 16 Mey 2023, 2:15 PM
    Hi David, I see it is compatible with 4.0. What about 4.1 and next versions? Thank you!
  • David Mudrák
    Sin, 18 Mey 2023, 4:09 AM

    I am 99.99% confident that it will just work as there was no relevant change in the Workshop module. Looking at the stats there are 34 sites runnign on 4.1 that have the plugin installed. If anyone can confirm it works for them, I am happy to makr it as supported. Sorry I have limited time these days to test this myself.

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