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
This is a new feature as of 2018/SU with our update to Moodlerooms 3.4 and provide instructors with a means of toggling the completion status of assigned work in a Moodle course. These steps require that you have Completion Tracking Continue reading
These steps require that you have completion tracking enabled in your course. A common activity in Moodle is to require that a student start a discussion (new thread of conversation) and then reply to two peers. You can force students Continue reading
You can bulk apply settings to ALL activities but your completion tracking options may be limited to none or manual check-off only. We suggest using this process one type of activity/tool at a time for the most control and best Continue reading
Completion tracking must be enabled for this option to be available. This is ideal for Forums, Assignments, Databases and other interactive activities, it can also be applied to read-only resources to ensure a student at LEAST opens a page or Continue reading
This applies to (Open) Forums set up to use Ratings (Option 1 in Create a Forum Activity) Enter the (Open) Forum you wish you enter grades for. Enter the Discussion you wish to enter grades for. (Does not apply for Continue reading
Forum activities are generally used to create an online discussion place.
This process is ideal for creating more than one, similarly configured activity or resource for consistency of content.
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
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
Posting a Discussion A Discussion within a forum is the start of a new Topic or the posing of a question that solicits replies from other students and/or your instructor. You may use Discussions in a forum to: Start a Continue reading
The Announcements forum (previously called the News Forum) is a special forum for class announcements. This forum is automatically created for each course and for the front page of the Moodle site. By default, it is placed in the top of the Continue reading
Setup a Q&A Forum A Q&A Forum ensures that students must make a post before they can see the responses of their peers. However, some setup is required for this forum each term. Create a Q&A Forum: Add a new Continue reading
What Are Forum Subscriptions Forum subscriptions allow you to, via email, stay up to date with the goings-on in a given forum. When you are subscribed to a forum you will be sent an email for each post made to Continue reading
To add any Activity or Resource to a page you must be on the main page for the course.