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Assignments

With Assignments, you can check your students' knowledge and level up their experience in LMS. It will help you to incorporate different types of tasks into your courses.

Addon Settings

You can set up the Assignments addon by clicking on the settings icon after enabling the addon.
Number of allowed attempts to pass assignment - Define the number of attempts students can take to pass the assignment.
Allow file attachment for assignments - Enable this to allow everyone to attach files for assignments.
Number of allowed attachments - Choose how many attachments students can make.
Max file size (Mb) - Define the maximum file size students can attach.
File extensions allowed to upload - Define the file extensions students can attach and use commas without spaces to separate.
Allow audio recording for assignments - Enable this if you want your students to upload audio recordings for assignments and instructors to upload audio recordings as a comment for the assignments.
Audio recording max size in MB - Define the maximum size for audio recordings.
Allow video recording for assignments - Enable this if you want your students to upload video recordings for assignments and instructors to upload video recordings as a comment for the assignments.
Video recording max size in MB - Define the maximum size for video recordings.

Assignments Addon Settings in Course Settings

Show Emoji in Quiz and Assignments results - Enable this if you want to show emojis when students pass or fail the quiz or assignment.
Quiz / Assignment Passed Emoji - Choose the emoji students will see when they pass the quiz or assignment.
Quiz / Assignment Failed Emoji - Choose the emoji students will see when they fail the quiz or assignment.
That is how it will look for students
When they pass
When they fail

Adding an Assignment to Your Course

  1. 1.
    Add a lesson in your desired course and choose the Assignment as a type of lesson.
  1. 2.
    Write a name for the assignment.
  1. 2.
    Enter the number of attempts students can take for this assignment. Or you can leave it empty so that students can take the assignment unlimited times to pass it.
  1. 4.
    Add your assignment content and format it up to your preferences. You can also add images and videos to the assignments.
  1. 4.
    Click the Save button to save all changes.

How Assignments will look on the student's page

When they open their assignment, they need to scroll down to start the assignment:
After clicking on the Start Assignment button, they will see this:
In the open window, they can see the Requirements section and Box to type the text. Students can also attach files and record audio and videos. After submitting the assignment, they will see this:

Adding audio and video recordings to the assignments as a student

Your students can add audio and video recordings to their assignments. That is extremely helpful in many cases, these are three of them:
  • If you have language classes, for example, Arabic, and you want your students to pronounce the texts
  • If you prepare your students for exams that have Speaking sections, for example, IELTS, HSK, TOEFL, TOPIK, etc, and want to have a real speaking mock exam.
  • If you have a career coaching course and want your students to pass a real job interview. You can check your student's body language, their interaction and more.
Your students can record an audio for the assignment. For that, they need to click on the Record audio button:
That is how an audio will look after stopping recording:
Your students can record a video for the assignment. For that, they need to click on the Record video button:
That is how a video will look after stopping recording:
After recording audio and videos, students can submit their assignments for review.

Managing Assignments as an Admin

Assignments can be managed in the Assignments and Student Assignment sections of the plugin.
In the Assignments section, you can see all the assignments created on your platform. There will be assignments from different courses.
This is a dashboard of all assignments in all courses throughout your LMS.
In the Assignments dashboard, you can see:
Assignment - The name of the assignment
Course - The name of the course where the assignment was created.
Total - The number of the students who clicked on Start Assignment button.
Passed - The number of students who passed the assignment.
Non passed - The number of students who failed the assignment.
Pending - The number of student assignments that need your checking.
When you click on the More button, you will go to the Student Assignments section where you can review the assignments.
This is a dashboard of the assignments students took in a particular assignment in a particular course.
In the Student Assignments dashboard, you can see:
Student name - The name of students who started or submitted the assignment.
Course - The name of the course where the assignment was created.
Date - The date when students started or submitted the assignment.
Attempt - The number of attempts a student took for the assignment.
Status - The status of the assignment.
When you click on the Review button, you can check your student's assignment.

Managing Assignments as an Instructor

Instructors can manage assignments in the Assignments section of the plugin by clicking on three dots from their page:
Here is the Assignments dashboard an instructor will see this:
This is a dashboard of all assignments in all courses throughout your LMS where an instructor is assigned.
Assignment - The name of the assignment
Course - The name of the course where the assignment was created.
Total - The number of the students who clicked on Start Assignment button.
Passed - The number of students who passed the assignment.
Non passed - The number of students who failed the assignment.
Pending - The number of student assignments that need the instructor's checking.
When an instructor clicks on the View button, they will go to the Student Assignments section where they can review the assignments. An instructor can also make a search and filter the assignments by the course name or the assignment status.
In the Student Assignments dashboard, you can see:
This is a dashboard of the assignments students took in a particular assignment in a particular course.
Student name - The name of students who started or submitted the assignment.
Course - The name of the course where the assignment was created.
Date - The date when students started or submitted the assignment.
Attempt - The number of attempts a student took for the assignment.
Status - The status of the assignment.
When you click on the Review button, you can check your student's assignment.

Checking and leaving a comment on the assignment from the student as an admin

After clicking on the Review button, you will open the window to check your student's assignment.
When you scroll down, you can leave your reviews and comments in the Text box, attach files, record audios and videos. Choose the status for the assignment: failed and passed and click the Publish button.
That is what your students will see:
When they pass
When they fail

Checking and leaving a comment on the assignment from the student as an instructor

After clicking on the Review button, an instructor will open the window to check your student's assignment.
When they scroll down, an instructor can leave their reviews and comments in the Text box, attach files, and record audio and videos. They can choose the status for the assignment: failed and passed and click the Submit Review button.
That is what your students will see:

How to manage the emails students and instructors get about the assignments

You can manage the emails in the Assignment section of the Email Manager addon settings.
That's how it will look:
Assignment status change (for student)
New assignment (for instructor)