Hello, I have a use case where students will be uploading videos of training activities and instructors will be grading the students based on a defined rubric. Currently, I don't see either the capability of students to upload content for grading nor the ability to create grading rubrics for use by instructors. Am I missing something? Is this a feature in the works? Any rough ideas how much work it would take an interested dev (me) to create? I really like that Opigno is built atop Drupal, but without this feature, I'll need to fall back to monster that is Moodle. Thanks, Benjamin
Yes, there is such assessment tool in Opigno!
When you add questions to your lesson/quiz, you need to choose the question type "Fileupload question"
You can choose the allowed extensions (so in your own case you will choose video extensions).
Once the students have loaded their videos, teachers will have to manually grade them, and the score will be included in the student's results.
How do you imagine this grading process with rubrics?
This fileupload question only allows to give a global grade to the student for his work.
OK I see.
OK I see.
We have not this process at the moment in Opigno. It could be of course added with a small additional code.
Maybe it will be also added in a future release.
This would require creating a new question type and maybe doing some changes to the quiz mode.
You can look at the long answer question that already has a rubric field and a feedback. And also at the fileupload question type.