3. Course Components/Activites
It is an activity that learners are required to complete as part of their training. It analyzes the learner's learning, provides effective feedback, and promotes active learning. Assignments can take many forms, such as essays, quizzes, projects, or presentations.
Learners can submit any digital content (files), such as word-processed documents, spreadsheets, images, or audio and video clips. Alternatively, or in addition, the assignment may require learners to type text directly into the text editor. An assignment can also be used to remind learners of 'real-world' assignments they need to complete offline, such as artwork, and thus not require any digital content. Learners can submit work individually or as a member of a group.
When reviewing assignments, instructors can leave feedback comments and upload files, such as marked-up learner submissions, documents with comments, or spoken audio feedback. Assignments can be graded using a numerical or custom scale or an advanced grading method such as a rubric. Final grades are recorded in the gradebook.
In organisations, you can use assignments for your “Performance review” or conduct any exam.