Before you open your Moodle course to students, you’ll want to transfer and review your course content and rosters. If you have questions, don’t hesitate to contact the Online Learning & Educational Technology (OLET) department at support.clackamas.edu Start Of Term Continue reading
There are a number of ways to integrate multimedia into your Moodle course; this article should help you determine which recording tool is best for your needs. This article does NOT include pre-existing academic video resources like those provided by Continue reading
Video recordings take up a lot of storage space and at this time our 2019-2021 consortial ZOOM license agreement through the Oregon Community College Distance Learning Association (OCCDLA) does not include unlimited storage. While we encourage you to continue to Continue reading
Navigate to clackamas.zoom.us
Click the Login to Zoom button.
Login with your clackamas.edu email and your Zoom password (which is not necessarily the same as your MyClackamas login).
From the navigation panel on the left, click Recordings.
Then ensure you’re on the Cloud Recordings tab.
Locate the obsolete meeting’s Topic and click on the corresponding File size link.
OPTIONAL: Click on the video thumbnail to preview and confirm the content targeted for deletion.
Click the download button to download all related files which may include:
- The video (.mp4 file) titled something like Shared screen with speaker view
- An audio only file (also a .mp4 file)
- The (automatic) Audio Transcript (a .vtt file)
There may be multiple download prompts that appear (one per file).
Choose to Save file.
NOTE: If you’re unsure where the downloaded files are saved, check the Downloads folder on your local computer.
These instructions require that a video be uploaded to the Kaltura Media Gallery within a course and is part of our series of Kaltura instructions. NOTE: These instructions are ideal for videos taken from Zoom Cloud and already have a Continue reading
At this time Moodle is not designed to host big media files like videos. They bloat course archive files sizes making restores slow and difficult and can force students to download a video and play it on their own computer. Continue reading
This is the suggested method for uploading video content into Moodle for Instructors for long-term multimedia. Upload Video to a Course’s Media Gallery Using the Media Gallery video in your Course After you have uploaded Multimedia the to Media Gallery Continue reading
Quickly embed a video directly into Moodle content. NOTE: Videos uploaded in this way will NOT appear in the Kaltura Media gallery and thus cannot have captions uploaded manually or be easily reused elsewhere. If this is a long-term video Continue reading
There are a number of ways to contact your students in and outside of Moodle, if you’re not sure which is right for you, see the matrix below!
All forms of added security will make it harder to access something (intended or not); it’s another hoop to jump though and some students may not be able to reliably jump through those hoops. You’ll need to keep a balance Continue reading
Grades do not automatically move from Moodle to MyClackamas at the end of each term because not everyone uses Moodle or its gradebook; you must do this manually to officially submit grades.
Sometimes something will appear missing or misbehaving when attempting to grade assignments one-at-a-time. If none of the below options work you can always grade assignments offline entirely! Can’t see or Grade all Students Can’t see Inline Annotation Buttons Continue reading
Ideal for when you’ve imported duplicate or incorrect content into a course you can remove all content without making any changes to enrollments. NOTE: You will need to have either Teacher or Staging Staging Manager role in a course to Continue reading
The hectic, uncertain spring 2020 semester is now over, and schools across the country are adapting to a new normal – one in which online education is increasingly a part of many programs. Disability support offices strive to support faculty Continue reading
Sometimes when using the PDF annotator built into Assignment grading a student will submit a file and the preview will be blank, there may still be some ways to see what the student submitted or otherwise have that student save Continue reading
Instructors can privately reply to a post within a Forum. This feedback method pairs well with Grading via Forum Ratings but can be used to provide more pointed feedback or direction in any forum setup. Private reply visibility and functionality: Continue reading
Use of Whole forum grading is meant to be an alternative to grading via Forum ratings. This feature is new as of Moodle 3.8 and allows for viewing all the interactions of student within a given forum in one place Continue reading
Atto can get a little overzealous in applying formatting that is copied or dragged into the editor, especially in the Chrome Web Browser. This is most noticeable in fonts and background colors applied to the moved or duplicated text and 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. NOTE: If you Continue reading
This feature will be adding with our transition to Moodle 3.8 in June, 2020. Once your students have started submitting videos to you you may begin grading and providing feedback to these submissions and if enabled, encourage re-submissions with improved Continue reading