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    Marking (Grading) Workflow

    Use marking workflow to hide grades until you want to release them to students

    Marking Workflow lets you keep grades and feedback hidden until you are ready to release them to students. It is also useful if you want to show your grading progress, or coordinate multiple markers/graders.

    Marking Workflow must be enabled on the Assignment settings page for the Assignment activity before it can be used to grade.

    Enable Marking Workflow

    Step 1

    Enter the assignment’s settings.

    Step 2

    Open the Grade accordion

    Step 3

    Set Use grading workflow to Yes

    Step 4

    Set Use grading allocation to No (unless you plan to assign specific students to specific graders)

    Step 5

    Click Save and display

    Set the Marking Phase

    Step 1

    Inside the assignment, click on Grade.

    Step 2

    Set the grading workflow state accordingly

    The states are:

    • Not graded (the marker has not yet started)
    • In grading (the marker has started but not yet finished)
    • Grading completed (the marker has finished but might need to go back for checking/corrections)
    • In review (the marking is now with the teacher in charge for quality checking)
    • Ready for release (the teacher in charge is satisfied with the marking but waiting before giving students access to the marking)
    • Released (the student can access the grades/feedback)

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