How to view and mark tasks

Facilitators and coaches can view automarked task details and provide marks and feedback on manually marked tasks.

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Written by Christine Nicholls
Updated over a week ago

The video below gives you an overview of how to mark a task in iQualify. Or, if you prefer written explanations, check out the instructions and screenshots below the video.

Marking tasks in iQualify is easy. Simply open the Class Console and go to the Marking tab.

From here you have a huge range of sorting and filtering options, as well as a search to make it easy to find what you're looking for.

When you open a task, you will be able to see the detail of any submissions.

List of tasks and the completion status

When you View a learner's submission you can also, re-open attempts, or print the individual submission.

Automarked tasks

In the image above, we see this task was automarked. So you don't have to do any marking for these tasks.

Clicking View will take you to the learner's completed task where you can see their response and their mark (if assessed). 

Manually marked tasks

Facilitators and coaches are able to manually mark tasks (non-assessed or assessed). For these tasks, you'll see a green Feedback or Mark button.

View of a list of learner statuses against a specific task

When you select Feedback/Mark, the submission will open where you can see:

  • The task.

  • The learner's response.

  • An area where you can set the mark (e.g. complete, percentage) and can add feedback (e.g. text, audio, file).

Note: Tasks have different marking and feedback options depending on which marking template, the author chose when building the course.

Image of the marking modal and what the different sections are

Once you have marked a learner's submission you can either Save as draft or Publish.

Editing marks

When you have marked a learner's submission and published the mark, you can edit the mark by selecting EDIT MARK in the marking modal.

Screenshot of the marking modal with Edit Mark highlighted.

Reopening or resetting a task

You can reopen a task to let your learner resubmit, or reset a task to give your learner another attempt. To find out the difference between reopening and resetting a task, and how to do this, check out our reset and reopening submissions article.

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