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Moodle 3.x Teaching Techniques - Third Edition by Susan Smith Nash

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Step-by-step example - submissions

Understanding how to create submissions is a critical part of the process, and it is one where you are likely to receive questions. Let's start by going back to a Workshop we've created and editing it.

Setting up a task

Here is an example of how you can set up a task. It could be an assignment for a class in photography. We'll start with the goal of the assignment. You can enter the goals and the instructions in the description box.

Here is an example of the text you can place in the description box:

In this assignment, you will explore the limitations of your lens' depth of field. You will take two pictures of a close-up subject. One picture will have a second subject in the medium background, six to eight feet ...

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