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
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
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.
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
Working with Enrollments in Moodle Enrollments in Moodle is a wide and varied topic that spans a couple of different tools and terminologies and is dependent on a few systems across campus.
These instructions assume you already have sessions and an attendance activity created.
If you want to tweak what status you can grant students each session you want to change the settings.
You must already have an Attendance Activity created for these steps to function. And now that you’re all set up for the term, learn how to take attendance with this activity!
If you already have an Attendance activity from last term you need only to populate it with more sessions. Only make a second Attendance Activity if you have different types of attendance to take such as lecture attendance and lab Continue reading
Restrict Access is a Moodle plugin that can be applied to Activities and Resources and used to limit access based on group, password, completion tracking, date/time, and more. Working with Restrict Access in Moodle
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
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
Moodle enrollments are the setting in a course to dictate who has access to what content. Common Roles: Who Can Do/See What The most common roles and basic permissions, in order of access/power are: Default Enrollments When a course is Continue reading
Guest Access to a course may be enabled to allow students who… are logged in to be redirected with a link to a course they are not enrolled in where they can view read-only content do not necessarily have a Clackamas Continue reading
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
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