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General Information The LSU Community Moodle instance was designed to provide a location for hosting non-academic online learning environments for LSU associates. The courses to be hosted might include not-for-credit classes, club or organization sponsored areas and online training sites. Courses for which a monetary charge to the participant is required are not housed on...
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Instructors can create quizzes in Moodle to assess students' knowledge. Moodle will automatically grade most questions (some require manual grading by the instructor) and the grade is then entered into the gradebook. Included in this article is information regarding Quiz settings and the types of questions Moodle supports. Getting Started 1. See how to Add a Quiz to a Moodle Course .
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The Course Preferences Block is located on the My Home page of Moodle. This block contains several links to settings that can be personalized according to the instructors perference. Course Preferences Block: Details on Each Course Preference: Creation / Enrollment - Creation and Enrollment settings allow instructors to specify when an online course is created and...
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General Information There are two types of Forums in the LSU instance of Moodle, (1) Announcements , and (2) the Forum . Forum Types 1. ...
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General Information There are several different types of quiz questions that can be used in Moodle. When creating questions, a box like the one below will appear. The dialog box gives a brief description of each type of question when it is selected; they are also provided below. Click on the hyperlinks for further explanation on how each type of quiz...
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The calendar can display site, course, group and or user events in addition to assignment and quiz deadlines, chat times and other course events. Calendar...
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PLEASE NOTE: If you would like to save any content from courses that are older than 18 months, you have several options. The first option is to download and save the content to your own computer. The second option is to import the content into a Master Course in Moodle 3. For each course you teach, you can get a single Master...
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General Information Moodle Activities & Resources are tools or features in a Moodle course that allows for measurable and collaborative interaction between teachers and students.
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Moodle Blocks contain useful, frequently used items that can be added to your Moodle course. These are optional tools that are used to customize your Moodle course. Customize your blocks! View Details on: How to Customize your Block Layout?
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Basic Preferences and...
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