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Using Moodle's _PoodLL_ plugin, instructors can now design quiz questions so students can respond verbally using their microphones. This feature certainly adds a new twist to the quiz-taking process. STEPS * Login to myPlymouth [http://my.plymouth.ed...
Now that you've created an assignment for your course, it's time to review how to grade your student's work. In addition to providing a numerical grade, Moodle allows the instructor to provide text feedback as well as attaching files back to students. For...
In Moodle's Assignment activity, as soon as a student attaches a file, it is considered to be submitted. Students will receive an email receipt confirming the submission and instructors will be able to access the file(s) in the grading area. However, stud...
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....
Moodle's _PoodLL_ plugin offers instructors the ability to incorporate audio into their courses. When creating an assignment, the instructor just has to enable the _PoodLL_ checkbox and students will be able to record their assignment using a working micr...
_PoodLL_ allows users to incorporate audio, whiteboard drawings, and webcam snapshots into their courses. PoodLL can be used anywhere you see Moodle's formatting toolbar (Labels, Pages, descriptions, etc.) It can also be used to create audio quiz question...
Moodle's _PoodLL_ plugin offers instructors the ability to incorporate audio into their courses. When creating an assignment, the instructor just has to enable the _PoodLL_ checkbox and students will be able to record their assignment using a working micr...
_PoodLL Anywhere_ is Moodle's audio recorder, whiteboard, and webcam snapshot feature, all integrated into the formatting toolbar. This toolbar is found in most Moodle resources and activities, such as a Label, Page, description area, forum posting, etc. ...
Moodle has built interactive rubric forms directly into our assignments. You can now build your own rubric form to help with grading assignments with various criteria. If you will be using a particular rubric form frequently, you can also publish a rubric...