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This is a step-by-step guide for setting Submission element into your module or lesson.

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Written by Filippo Schiano di Pepe
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This is a step-by-step guide for setting the Submission element into your module or lesson.

Submission is the assessment in which learners will submit the assignment and will be considered passed upon submission.


How to create a Submission?

Click on (+) Add Element on the left side of the screen. Click Submission.

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Different Settings of Submission Assessment

Settings of Submission assessment are divided into three major portions:

1. General Settings

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In the general settings, you can set the following settings;

  • Cover Image - Add a cover image to your Submission module that will reflect the importance of the Submission.

  • Name - Give a descriptive name to the Submission, referring to the lessons the quiz is linked to or the topic covered.

  • Description - This space can be used to add details regarding the Self Review and all the information the students might need previous to starting the Submission.

  • Resources - This space can be used to add details regarding the Self Review and all the information the students might need previous to starting the Submission.

  • Display Description on Top - Enabling this will allow the students to see the description and resources before theSubmission content. ​​

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Click on the pre-requirements dropdown and choose from your previous lessons or activities that you want to require. You may add multiple pre-requirement activities.

3. Visibility Settings

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You can set visibility options, making it visible to either;

  • Manually selected students

  • To specific roles

  • To specific tags

4. Submission Setting Settings

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Now, coming to the main Self Review settings

i. Edit Questions

When you click on the "Edit Questions" button, a window will open with two pre-made questions; you can edit them and add more questions.

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Here, you will write questions and select the submission medium.

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Formats to select

Text - You can allow text form submission, where learners will write the answer on the platform and submit it

Below the text, you can see the Required check mark. Marking it will make the text submission compulsory.

File Upload - You can also allow file submission, where learners will upload a file.

You can also mark it as Required and Allow multiple files to upload.

ii. Deadline

Here, you can set the submission deadline.

iii. Reminders

Following that, you set three reminders for your learners to complete the assessment before the time.

iv. Indexes

You can hide the indexes and the automatic numbering of each question.

From student account

The students will simply see the spaces for their submissions. They will click on them and submit their submissions.

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