This is part of a series of posts written on proposed new features for Kloodle’s rewrite which is taking place summer 2017 in readiness for the 2017 / 18 academic year.
The first activity users have to do on Kloodle currently to ensure students are managed correctly is to set up groups. They have to create a name for the group, and then invite students to each group.
The Old Way
This then allows them to view collections of students through the member page.
Users could then click through to each individual student to view what they had been up to.
This has worked, but […]