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Labels are generally used as section headings and titles which describe the resources and/or activities that are listed below them. For example, you may choose to group your course content by week number, so you may want to add a label entitled _Required ...
Moodle allows you to display your content using containers called Topics. By default, there are 17 topics per course, but you can modify this amount. Please refer to the steps below to adjust the amount of topics or weeks in your course. To add or remove ...
When a Moodle course is created, it is set up in a TOPIC format. By default, there are 17 topics shown in your course. These topics are where you'll be placing your content. To change the number of topics, please follow the steps at the following page: Ad...
A theme refers to a course's color palette and accompanying visuals. The default Moodle course theme is called _Plymouth State Green_ and is comprised of a dark green background with a PSU logo in the top left corner. There are many themes to choose from ...
Your Moodle course is built like a webpage, where your content is listed in the middle of the screen (in containers called_Topics_) or in boxes on the left and right sides (these are called _Blocks_). Topics can be moved up or down in your course while bl...
Your Moodle course is built like a webpage, where your content is listed in the middle of the screen (in containers called _TOPICS_) or in boxes on the left and right sides (these are called _BLOCKS_). TOPICS can be moved up or down in your course while B...
Moodle courses are organized by _Topics_ or _Weeks_, which are basically modules for organizing content. Fortunately, each Topic/Week provides us with an editable area at the top similar to that of a header on a Word document. You can use this space to in...
First let's define what Moodle means by "Groups" versus "Groupings": * GROUP - A combination of individual students working together on the same project/assignment in a collaborative model. * GROUPING - A collection of groups. A Grouping also provid...
Moodle courses are organized by _Topics_ or _Weeks_, which are basically modules for organizing content. Fortunately, each Topic/Week provides us with an editable area at the top similar to that of a header on a Word document. You can use this space to in...
Your Moodle profile is not specific to any course, meaning the settings associated with it stay with you from course to course, semester to semester. There are a number of settings and options within your profile that enhance your participation in forums,...
By default, all courses in Moodle are set to be inaccessible to students. The instructor can open their course at any point, allowing students to enter. Please refer to the steps below to activate your course several days before it is scheduled to begin. ...