Display Assigned Student Group Members

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

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Create New Groups in Moodle

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

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Find Course Categories & General Course Searching

Find Whole Categories of a Course Type This will be most relevant to Administrative Assistants, Instructional Leads or those who have been assigned to help transfer content for one or more classes in a department. Note: Assumes you are enrolled Continue reading

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Setting up an Incomplete Course

At the end of each term a teacher is responsible for hiding their finished course from students. In cases where an incomplete has occurred you may want to leave the course open but this effects all of your students which Continue reading

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Manually Enrolling Users into a Course in Moodle

Typically students are automatically enrolled in any Moodle course(s) for which they have registered… but, occasionally, it is necessary to manually enroll a student or instructor. Once you’ve determined that manually enrolling a user is your best option, here is Continue reading

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The Attendance Activity

Setting up the attendance activity can be a bit of work but once done using it to take attendance can save a lot of time. It’s not perfect for all situations and needs to be setup at the start of Continue reading

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Make a Meta-Course (Combine Enrollments from Multiple Courses)

A meta course enrollment will take any and all folks enrolled in one Moodle course and automatically push them into another course of your choosing. Some examples of use are: Mimicking cross-listed courses (that couldn’t be cross-listed in scheduling for Continue reading

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