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There are a few ways to grade an assignment: by individual submission, through quick grading, and through the gradebook. Please note that MoodleDocs does not show the Snap theme, but the functionality of settings is the same. To Grade an Individual Submission: Log into Moodle and go to your My Courses page. If there are assignments that need grading, you...
Article Id: 20201
Category: Moodle 3.7+

H5P makes it easy to create, share, and reuse HTML5 content and applications. Content is responsive and mobile friendly, which means that users will experience the same rich, interactive...
Article Id: 20348
Category: Moodle 3.7+

Description The Moodle Quiz activity allows you to design and build quizzes or exams consisting of a large variety of question types, including multiple-choice, true-false, short answer and drag and drop. Quizzes can serve as a reading check...
Article Id: 20185
Category: Moodle 3.7+

To Add an Event to your Calendar: Log into Moodle. Click on My Courses in the top right where your profile picture is. Click on View my calendar at the bottom of ...
Article Id: 20474
Category: Moodle 3.7+

Once you have added LightBox gallery to your Moodle course, this is how to add images. If you have not created a LightBox gallery refer to this...
Article Id: 19726
Category: Moodle 3.7+

Administration Menu The administration block has many of the miscellaneous controls of each course and is accessible from the gear icon in the upper right corner of the course page.
Article Id: 20227
Category: Moodle 3.7+

The steps below outline the process of how an instructor of a course can import materials from a colleague's course. To Import Materials from another Instructor's Course: Instructor A (the colleague providing the course content) will need to request a Blueprint Course (See ...
Article Id: 20181
Category: Moodle 3.7+

Moodle sections (AKA “topics” or “modules”) can be configured to accommodate sequential names in the form of either weeks or numbered topics. How to configure a course for Weekly format: From the main course page, click the Admin (gear) icon and click “Edit settings” under Course Administration. Expand the...
Article Id: 20375
Category: Moodle 3.7+

For non-academic, Community Moodle courses , self enrollment might be an option if the overhead of manually managing enrollment becomes too burdensome. Self enrollment is the method where users can choose to enroll themselves into a course, either by clicking "enroll me in this course" or by typing in an enrollment key they have been provided. ...
Article Id: 20374
Category: Moodle 3.7+

Moodle is always in "edit mode" for those with editing permissions, such as an instructor. In each section, also known as topics, modules, or weeks, there are several options to add or edit content, and rearrange, delete, or hide content. The animation below shows the location of these functions, but they are also described in the text below.
Article Id: 20219
Category: Moodle 3.7+