Sometimes the automated process to drop a student from a course fails or you need to remove a user you had previously manually enrolled in your course. Any participant—including those who are automatically enrolled—can be manually unenrolled from a course. Continue reading
These instructions assume the publisher has provided you with the needed information to set up an LTI integration with their software. If not, contact your publisher’s representative for assistance. If you would like to use an LTI integration in more Continue reading
Many textbook and course material publishers provide a direct integration into Moodle to limit the number of required logins. Working with External Tools/LTI in Moodle
These instructions assume your publisher’s representatives have worked with Online Learning to set up a preconfigured tool for an LTI integration of their software. If this has not been done, please connect email@example.com with your publisher’s representative. If you only Continue reading
Moodle isn’t designed to be printed. It can be done; however, it isn’t particularly attractive nor is it the suggested use. The following steps are required to print a quiz when no other options are available.
If you are using the Pearson’s MyLab & Mastering integration in Moodle, you can concurrently assimilate a gradebook item for each assignment from myLab into your Moodle gradebook. This won’t update automatically but it’s a quick process an instructor can Continue reading
A great way to start the term is to open a one-on-one communication channel with your students through Moodle’s Messaging tools. Following Up & What it Looks Like on the Other End
A great place to start putting Moodle to use if you’re already familiar with LMS and just need to know what tools do what to create content. There are other tools available for you and your students, too! Check out Continue reading
This is new for us as of Moodle 3.6 (2019/SU term) and is part of a greater article on Moodle Groups and may be particularly effective as a requirement before students can participate in a group activity.
These instructions assume you have had a Course Staging Area created for you within our Moodle and that you have a Course Backup File (.MBZ). And you’re done! OPTIONAL: You can navigate to your working course and Import some parts Continue reading
The staging area is the only place where teachers have the ability to remove courses. If you wish to remove other courses you will need to submit a course removal request.
These instructions assume you have had a Course Staging Area created for you within our Moodle. You are now welcome to: transfer content into this course and/or create new content from scratch and/or Enroll folks in whatever role manually or Continue reading
When naming your course mind that visible courses can be seen by folks in and outside of the college. To make them easier to find we do ask that some formatting be followed to allow Online Learning to provide timely Continue reading
If you do not have a Staging Area, this article will do you no good! Contact your Moodle Administrator (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we can make you a space to call your own. If you aren’t sure if you have one… take a Continue reading
In Moodle the provisioned course start date and course end date come though automatically as a course is scheduled and will automatically open and close on those set date and times (to the next hour). If you don’t like those Continue reading
This article in part of Moodle Groups and Enrollments/Participants. If you set Force group mode to No on the Course settings page (step 1), you will be able to set the Group mode for individual Activities or Resources separately. If Continue reading
This article is part of our Moodle groups sections which is part of Enrollments/Participants.
This is part of the article on Moodle Groups and Participants/Enrollments.
This is an article about Groups in Moodle and assumes you have already created groups. Groupings are mostly used in Forums setup for multiple groups working on separate tasks within a single Forum or Assignment activity. From the Groups Continue reading
This article is one in a series of articles about Groups in Moodle. After you’ve created the Group containers, you may want to: Assign students to your groups. Let students to pick their groups. Create a Grouping if you want Continue reading