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The content of your course serves as a foundation to student learning. Whether that content is a link, video, document, or another file type, it's a necessary addition to your Moodle classroom. Once you have added these items to your course, students can ...
When you add a gradable activity to your course, whether its an assignment, quiz, graded forum, etc., Moodle automatically creates a grading column in your Gradebook area. Once you grade those activities, Moodle will update your Gradebook with the appropr...
Establishing a Moodle presence for your course doesn't necessarily mean you have to add all sorts of bells and whistles. Simply adding your syllabus and making it available to students is greatly beneficial to both you and your students. As the instructor...
If you are interested in adding PSU users to your class, you have the ability to enroll them into one of the following roles: * TEACHER - the Teacher has complete access to a course. * LIBRARIAN - the Librarian role is a modified teacher role, excep...
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 ...
The Moodle web page is an extremely versatile feature, as it can be used to display customized text, audio, images, and video. Use this feature to embed a YouTube video (see instructions here: Embedding a YouTube Video [https://support.plymouth.edu/index....
This option is helpful when you would like to group files together and display them for an assignment. One example of this feature would be for an Art Department course to have an assignment where the Professor groups together a series of images that they...
Adding web links (or URLs) are great ways to include content from external websites. Some popular uses of this feature is placing links to popular news articles or including valuable library resources. Follow the steps below to add a web link to your cour...
The HTML block is a useful addition to any Moodle course. This empty block allows you to enter any text you wish to display on your course page. Many folks use the HTML block to display information about themselves, such as _Meet Your Instructor_ or _Inst...
Using HTML code, you can _embed_ a video, located from a variety of websites, without having to worry about owning it or downloading to your own computer. This is a valuable technique as your students do not need to click on a link and be taken to YouTube...
H5P allows you to easily and quickly create rich interactive content on a web page. Contents types include presentations with interactive elements, videos with embedded quizzes, multimedia timelines, and more! Please check out the tutorials below, and con...
Depending on the situation, it may be easier to insert new quiz questions into Moodle by creating them one by one. However, if a publisher has provided a list of questions in Word format, it is possible to import them into Moodle automatically. Unfortunat...