How to Clear the Cache?
Your internet browser's cache stores certain information (snapshots) of webpages you visit on your computer or mobile device so that they'll load more quickly upon future visits and while navigating through websites that use the same images on multiple pages so that you do not download the same image multiple times.
Occasionally, however your cache can prevent you from seeing updated content, or cause functional problems when stored content conflicts with live content.
You can fix many browser problems simply by clearing your cache.
An easy way to reload a page and bypass the cache (force-reload page) involves using keyboard shortcuts. Generally, the keyboard shortcut [Ctrl] + [F5] will work. But ultimately, this depends on what browser you are using.
Grades - Marking workflow
Marking workflow allows for results of assignment type activities to sit in a number of different states prior to being released to students. This is only available for assignment type activities not quiz.
On a basic level this allows results to be hidden from students until you're ready, but also allows for assessors to keep track of the state of individual student's assignment through a mark->review->release workflow.
Enable marking workflow
Using marking workflow
In the grading page is where you can start to see marking workflow options appear, the default marking workflow state is Not marked, you can see this under the status column of the assignment grading page.
Changing the marking workflow state of multiple submissions
Now down the bottom you have an option to act on the selected participants
Download/Backing up Turnitin assignments and grades
An inactive Turnitin activity (link) is problematic for you because if anyone clicks on the Turnitin activity, it will incorrectly enrol all the previous years students into your current Moodle course, user list and gradebook. If you want to keep your students work from this Turnitin activity, you can download their submissions (with your grades) to your computer by following these easy steps below:
3. Click "Download".
5. Click on "Turnitin Messages Inbox" to check if students' assignments have been downloaded. If so click on "bulk download" to save it onto your computer. Then delete the online copy by clicking on the red recycle bin icon beside it.
Enrolment - Guest access info for students
Click on the button: “Log in as a guest”
Enter the password which your tutor gave to you.
Click on the button: “Submit”
Click detailed instructions for step by step guidance, or follow the infographic below.
Delete manually enrolled users
Enrolment - Enrol your students into Moodle
Follow the steps below to enter your PeoplesoftID into Moodle:
Now your students should be enrolled in your Moodle course in next server cron job runs, you can check it out the next day!
Reset Turnitin assignment
Option 1: (Copy) says Create Duplicates, New Turnitin Class....
Upload a big file
We cannot recommend moodle for submissions of files of this size, file submission data is stored in the moodle database which is both very expensive and limited. This is in addition to potentially causing problems for the server when uploading and downloading files of this size.
Activities - Turnitin Marking