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IMPORTANT Note: Don't change the name or location of the folder - Moodle needs this information to allocate the files correctly.

Compress (zip) all the feedback files

First:

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locate the folder containing the feedback files

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on your computer:

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  1. Select them all (Ctrl+A) within the folder)

    , then zip them

  2. Zip the student folders:

    1. Windows: Right click one of the selected files and Send to > Compressed (zipped) folder.
    2. Mac: Right Click (or Ctrl+click) one of the selected files and click Compress.
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3. Give the new zipped file with student folders inside an appropriate name. This file is now ready for upload

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to Moodle.

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Upload the completed grading worksheet

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  1. Click on the assignment name on the Moodle course homepage to access the summary page and click View/grade all submissions.
  2. From the Grading action drop-down menu choose Upload grading worksheet.
  3. Click Choose a file... and upload the grading worksheet to Moodle, or drag the csv file to the arrow and wait for the file name to appear in the box.
  4. There is a checkbox to overwrite records that have been modified more recently in Moodle than in the spreadsheet - only check this if you want to spreadsheet to overwrite all Moodle records, including ones made more recently than the spreadsheet.
  5. Click Upload grading worksheet; a Confirmation box displays the students grades and feedback that will be imported - check this carefully.
  6. If you are ready to proceed, click Confirm; a summary of updates displays.
  7. Click Continue.

Upload multiple feedback files in a zip (if applicable)

  1. Click on the assignment name on the Moodle course homepage to access the summary page and click View/grade all submissions.

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  2. From the Grading action drop-down menu choose Upload multiple feedback files in a zip.

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  3. Click Choose a file... and upload the compressed zipped assignments file assignment submissions file (with the student folders inside) to Moodle, or drag the compressed/zipped file to the arrow and wait for the file name to appear in the box.
  4. Click Import feedback file(s).
  5. The Confirmation box will list all the feedback files and student names that will be imported.

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6. Click Confirm; the next screen summarizes the changes.

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7. Click Continue.

From the page containing the Grading Table, you can check your feedback files by enabling Quick grading (see Options at the bottom of that page) and scrolling horizontally, if needed.

 

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IMPORTANT: uploading multiple feedback files in a zip folder is VERY DIFFERENT from uploading feedback files. NEVER upload the zipped feedback files using the With selected-Send feedback files option at the bottom of the Grading Table. This option is for INDIVIDUAL FEEDBACK files only.

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