Moodle isn’t designed to be printed. It can be done; however, it isn’t particularly attractive nor is it the suggested use. The following steps are required to print a quiz when no other options are available.
The Activities block in Moodle is a very handy little block for teachers to let them see a quick overview of waiting submissions based on Activity type in Moodle. Want to see what Assignment activities are waiting to be graded 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
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
Enter the quiz activity. Locate the Actions Menu (gear icon) in the top-right corner of the page and select the Edit Quiz (NOT the Edit settings) link. Locate the question you want to remove. OPTIONAL: Click the magnifying lens icon Continue reading
Enter the quiz activity. Locate the Actions menu (gear icon) from the top-right corner of the page and select the Edit Quiz (NOT Edit settings) link. Locate the question you want to remove. OPTIONAL: Click the magnifying lens icon to Continue reading
If you inherited a course from another instructor or just plain don’t remember the password you set last term/year you, as an instructor, can check and update that password for you and your students.
If you want to grade assignment activity work one submission at a time or as its turned you might want to check out our article on Grading Assignment Activities One at a Time/as Work is Submitted. For the following to Continue reading
Workshops are a Moodle activity which is highly customizable and thus takes a comparatively high amount of setup but facilitates peer review within a class. This activity features: Two grading values: student submissions as well as peer review Multiple Phases 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
Create a Database Activity for Sharing Images from Students that may or may not allow for comments by yourself and other students.
If you are using assignments (How to grade an assignment), quizzes (How to grade a quiz), forums or other gradable items they have their own built-in grading tools that will be overridden by entering grades for them directly into the 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
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.
Ideal for webpages constructed by Dreamweaver or other small websites consisting of multiple .html pages, images and/or other resources that are not needed outside of Moodle. Not ideal for items that need regular upkeep but good for quick uploads of Continue reading
Add a Manual Grade Item A manual grade item would be the most ideal method for these, you can add a manual grade item (just one for everyone- you don’t need one for each group). Importing Grades from an External 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
Assignments have specific instructions on how to provide an extension for students. Quizzes can also accommodate extended times, due dates, number of attempts, and unique passwords for students who need it. NOTE: Moodle uses the terminology Quiz to describe all Continue reading
When a screen reader sees a link… it verbalizes the word: link before reading the linked text. The linked URL may not be read, so users exploring pages in this way may not be able to tell exactly where a Continue reading
Some students use screen readers to access online content. This is software that literally reads text on the screen. Images without or with poor alt text that normally add context or clarity to your content can be of little use Continue reading