Procedures to follow at the beginning of each term.
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
Enabling Completion Tracking in a course allows the instructor to put check boxes next to work for students. It will have no effect on their grade. It will also not be track-able on a course-level without further configuration. (They just get the Continue reading
Not sure where to find your online courses in Clackamas Community College’s Moodle LMS Continue reading
Courses can be formatted so sections are categorized by week, topic or folder in Moodle. What does this mean? Courses formatted as topics or weeks can now have content hidden and only made view-able one week at a time. without having Continue reading
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
If you have Teacher, Manager, or Course Content Viewer roles within Moodle, you are able to copy content from another course into your own. If you do not have access to the other course, you can request the assigned instructor Continue reading
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
The following is the suggested way to Backup your course in Moodle. It is good practice, at the end of a term, to also create an archive of your course for your own records. Return to End Of Term Continue reading
Take the following steps to Restore materials from a course Archive (a backup file stored locally) into a new course. This will work best if the new course you want to populate is empty. Return to Start Of Term Procedures.
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 email@example.com. Start Of Term Continue reading
NOTE: Beginning 2019 Summer term courses will automatically open and close based on the provisioned start and end dates of a course in Moodle. You can change these settings after the fact or change your course start and end dates Continue reading
At the start of each term, you’ll want to take a moment to verify student enrollment for each of your courses. This is to make sure the students that have been put into your Moodle course match the class registration Continue reading
There are a few settings you will want to take care to verify before making your class visible. Return to Start Of Term Procedures