Faculty: Wrapping up your Spring semester in Moodle

Faculty: Wrapping up your Spring semester in Moodle

by Nancy Chan -
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With the end of the Spring term only a few weeks away, it’s a good time to ensure that your gradebook in Moodle is set up the way you need it, that your students can see how they are doing in the class, and that you are prepared to move your course from “In Progress” to “Past.” We have provided the following checklist for you. 


 Select an appropriate grading aggregation method. If the value of a graded item, such as an assignment, is determined by its maximum points, use “Natural”. If the value of an item is determined by its adjusted weight, use “Weighted Mean of Grades”.

 Entered "0"s for all work that has not been submitted by students.

 Unhide your gradebook so that students can access their grades and check their progress. 

If you need help with Gradebook setup, 
feel free to contact Help Desk to schedule a one-on-one consultation with our Instructional Designers.

Note: Moodle is not CCA's academic system of record; all official grades should be submitted in Workday.

Course End Dates

 The course end date and time is correct.
This will move your course from the “In-Progress” status to “Past” making it easy to keep courses organized on the Moodle dashboard. Incorrect dates could lead to confusion and disruptions to your class. See Editing Your Course Date for more.


Contact the Instructional Services and Technology (InST) team at helpdesk.cca.edu or chat with us through the “Questions? Ask Us!” tab at the bottom of Moodle during regular business hours.