How to add activities into your OER on OpenLearn Create
Activities, such as forums, quizzes and wikis enable interactive content to be added to the course.
The workshop activity module enables the collection, review and peer assessment of students' work.
Students can submit any digital content (files), such as word-processed documents or spreadsheets and can also type text directly into a field using the text editor.
Submissions are assessed using a multi-criteria assessment form defined by the teacher. The process of peer assessment and understanding the assessment form can be practised in advance with example submissions provided by the teacher, together with a reference assessment. Students are given the opportunity to assess one or more of their peers' submissions. Submissions and reviewers may be anonymous if required.
Students obtain two grades in a workshop activity - a grade for their submission and a grade for their assessment of their peers' submissions. Both grades are recorded in the gradebook.
A workshop activity is not usually suitable for a standalone OER which does not have tutor support.
Instructions for setting up an online workshop are being compiled.
You need to have the Course Manager or Teacher role to be able to manage learner use of the Workshop function in OpenLearn Create, so will need to complete the Data Declaration form to get this role (please contact the OpenLearn create mailbox to request the form).