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Tuesday, June 7 • 1:30pm - 2:20pm
Authoring Moodle quizzes more easily + Grading with Moodle Rubrics

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Among the features of Moodle learning management systems (such as SNoodle at SNC) are automatically graded online systems. Once written and implemented, these quizzes provide assessment and feedback for students without demanding further time from the instructor. Actually writing these quizzes in the online web editor can be quite tedious, frustrating, and error-prone, however. I will discuss a new software package that makes creating, editing, and managing these quizzes much easier.


In this presentation, I will describe my use of Moodle rubrics in grading laboratory and research project assignments in an undergraduate health psychology course. In addition to demonstrating various features and potential applications of Moodle rubrics, I will discuss some "lessons learned" and "likes and dislikes" regarding my use this tool. 


Raymond Zurawski

Associate Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness and Associate Professor of Psychology, St. Norbert College
Raymond Zurawski:  Associate Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness and Associate Professor of Psychology

Tuesday June 7, 2016 1:30pm - 2:20pm CDT
Mulva Library - 304

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