To upload feedback files you will need to zip them first AND they must have the correct naming convention (all files starting with FAN_ for example demo1234_feedback.docx). The zip package should only contain feedback files that you want returned to students. All feedback files within a .zip package will be returned to the student regardless of whether they have been changed since downloading. Therefore, delete any unwanted feedback files from the zip package being returned to FLO.
Any feedback files with the same name will overwrite any existing files. Do not include the grading worksheet in this zip. Uploading the grading worksheet is a separate process (instructions below).
If uploading a feedback file or marked assignment for a single student, it is not necessary to zip the file first.
Right-click on one of the files and choose Send to, then Compressed (zipped) folder. The zipped folder will by default use the name of one of the students' files. You can rename this if you wish
In FLO, click on the assignment link and then click View/Grade all submissions
Select Upload marked assignments and feedback files from the Grading action menu (top of the screen)
In this screen, you can use either the Choose a file... button to navigate to your file or simply drag and drop it into the box. The file name will appear in the box once it has been added
Click the Import feedback file(s) button
You will be provided with a detailed list of the file changes being made. Here you can see that the summary of files added. Click Confirm
You will see a summary of how many users have had feedback updated, how many existing feedback files have been updated and how many files were added
Click Continue to go back to the grading screen where you will see the feedback files have been added. Note: Any feedback files with the same name will overwrite any existing files
Upload the grading worksheet
The grading worksheet should not be zipped prior to uploading. It is a separate process.
From your topic click on the assignment link and then click on View/Grade all submissions
Select Upload grading worksheet from the Grading action menu (top of the screen)
This will take you to the Upload grading worksheet page.The Grading Worksheet should not be zipped. It should be uploaded in the same format you downloaded it (csv).
Check that the Separator option is set to Comma.
You can either use the 'Choose a file...' button or drag and drop your Grading Worksheet in to FLO. The file will then appear listed in the box:
Important: If there have been grades entered into FLO after the grading worksheet was downloaded and you wish to change them, make sure you click the checkbox Allow updating records that have been modified more recently in FLO than in the spreadsheet. If you do not, then the more recent marks will not be changed. Otherwise, leave as default (unticked).
To commit the changes click the button 'Upload grading worksheet'
Once 'Upload grading worksheet' has been clicked FLO will provide you with a detailed list of the changes to be made:
Click the 'Confirm button' and FLO will provide a summary of changes
Click 'Continue' to go back to the grading screen
Here you can see the uploaded marks and feedback have been added
Upload a feedback file for a single student (eg late submission)
Sometimes, primarily in the case of late submissions, it may be necessary to grade a small number of assignments after or out-of-step with the bulk of other assignments. Feedback files and marked assignments are typically uploaded in bulk as a zipped filein the View/grade all submissions display. However, a single feedback form or marked assignment need not be zipped, and can instead by uploaded via the individual marking form.
Click the assignment activity and click View all submissions
Locate the student for whom you would like to upload a feedback file
Click the Grade button beside the student's name
Scroll down until you see the Feedback files upload field
Upload your feedback file by dragging and dropping it into the field, or browse for the file by clicking the Add button