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!
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
Zoom is a synchronous online collaboration tool which can be used to conduct and record online lectures, host office hours, set up group meeting spaces, and more—all with annotation and whiteboard capabilities. For more information, review the following resources: Zoom Continue reading
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Forums can also be referred to as discussion forums, threads, discussions and similar. They are a way to have students post text, images, or attachments that you want other students to see and/or interact with. Working with Forums in Moodle
The Assignment activity is essentially a file drop-box for students to send you files. Often these files are Word Documents or PDFs but you can request any file type from your students and optionally limit what types of files student Continue reading
Gradebooks in Moodle are a very powerful tool but they can be confusing to set up or otherwise mold to your needs. The key is that whatever your Moodle gradebook does, it needs to match your syllabus.
Part 1: Create a Twitter Widget If you already happen to have a twitter widget that meets your needs you don’t need to make a new one (skip to Part 2), you can use the code of an existing one in Continue reading
On the occasion that Moodle is down or you otherwise wish to contact all or select students from a course you are teaching you can contact them through myClackamas.