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Highlighting a Content Area makes that box appear to stand out from the rest of the content blocks. NOTE: This option only appears if you have chosen the Topics format in your...
Article Id: 16054
Category: Preferences & Settings

For an explanation of the Content Area Label and Summary, see GROK article #16354 " Content Area Label and Summary. " Initially the Summary for each content area is blank. You can customize your Moodle course by naming the Section headings and placing text in the Summary of each content area. To Edit the...
Article Id: 16143
Category: Preferences & Settings

Moodle gives instructors the option of hiding items from students, and then making them visible at a later time. Links to hidden items show up as grey text on the Moodle page for participants above the role of student (such as instructors...
Article Id: 16062
Category: Preferences & Settings

Course content can be moved around on the Moodle Course Main Page. There are two icons...
Article Id: 16011
Category: Preferences & Settings

Blocks & Docked Items: Move a Block...
Article Id: 16095
Category: Preferences & Settings

You can temporarily change your role in a Moodle course to view the course as a student (or other role) might see it. 1. Log on to Moodle and select the course. 2. At the Course Main Page screen, turn edition on by clicking on...
Article Id: 14872
Category: Preferences & Settings

Editing Content Area Summary 1. The middle area of the Moodle Course page is divided up into rectangles called Content Areas . Links to the Activities and Resources in your course will be displayed within these Content Areas boxes. These content areas can represent either topics within your course or...
Article Id: 16354
Category: Preferences & Settings

Reported Issues With Internet Explorer (IE) & Moodle 2 There are several reported issues when using Internet Explorer versions 8 or 9 to access LSU Moodle.
Article Id: 16920
Category: Preferences & Settings

Basic Preferences and...
Article Id: 16297
Category: Preferences & Settings

Known Issue Hughes.net is an ISP (Internet Service Provider) that uses a combination of satellite and phone to provide internet access to subscribers. It is primarily used in remote areas that are not serviced by cable or DSL internet providers. Because of how Hughes.net works, subscribers may have difficulty accessing the LSU Moodle...
Article Id: 16950
Category: Preferences & Settings