MyFeedback is now available to all UCL staff and students
By Jessica Gramp, on 17 October 2016
The MyFeedback dashboard is now available to all UCL students and staff.
MyFeedback is a new tool in UCL Moodle allowing students to view grades and feedback for any assessed work across all their Moodle courses, in one place. Personal Tutors can view the dashboard for each student to allow them to track progress and to help to inform discussions in personal tutorials.
Watch the video on how students can use the MyFeedback report:
The report helps students (supported by their personal tutors) to better understand the variety of feedback they receive, draw ties between different assessments and modules, and allow them to reflect on their feedback to see how they can improve in future assessments. It also allows module tutors and assessors and departmental administrators to see how their students are progressing within the modules they teach and support.
MyFeedback is available to students, personal tutors, course tutors and departmental administrators.
- Students can view feedback and grades from their assessments across all their UCL Moodle course. They can also add self-reflective notes and copy & paste feedback from Turnitin into their report.
- Personal tutors can see their tutees’ full MyFeedback reports across all the modules their students are studying. Note: personal tutors will not be able to link through to assessments on courses they do not have tutor access to.
- Module tutors can see MyFeedback reports for their students containing assessment information for any modules they teach. They will not see any assessments for modules they do not teach (unless they have been granted tutor access to those Moodle courses).
- Departmental administrators can see MyFeedback reports for all the Moodle courses within categories where they have been assigned departmental administrator access in Moodle. Categories in Moodle will either be for the entire department, or might be broken down further into undergraduate and postgraduate modules. Staff requiring this access will need to ask their department’s current category level course administrator to assign them this role.
Sign up to the Arena Exchange MyFeedback workshop on 28th November 2016 to learn how to use this tool with your students.
You can navigate to your own MyFeedback reports via the MyFeedback block on the UCL Moodle home page.
Other institutions can download the plugin from Moodle.org.