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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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General Information Turnitin Feedback Studio is a feedback and plagiarism detection tool used to improve writing and engage students in the feedback process which students and faculty may use...
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The Moodle Gradebook is a robust tool for faculty to use to keep up with their students' grades. Open the Gradebook 1. Open the desired Moodle course. 2. Click on the Grades in the Administration block.
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General Information Creating a new quiz is a two-step process. In the first step, you create the quiz activity and set its options which specify the rules for interacting with the quiz. In the second step you add questions to the quiz. This page describes the options you can set for the quiz activity. The page Building Quiz describes how to set...
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General Information Moodle 3 has a mobile interface designed for students to view courses on their tablet or mobile device. You will automatically be directed to the mobile version of Moodle. 1. Login to Moodle 3 on your tablet or mobile device. 2. Tap the course that you would like to view. Student Home Menu- Open the menu by clicking the Menu button in the top...
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General Information The Moodle Development Advisory Committee was formed to be the driving force of deciding which Moodle development projects to invest time in and which latest developments in the Moodle community should be implemented in our environment. The committee members meet at least once a semester to discuss current suggestions and prioritize development. We encourage anyone with...
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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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Frequently Asked Questions - Student (Account & Subscription) I already own a Turning Technologies clicker from a previous course, do I need to buy a Turning subscription? I purchased a license, how do I get the mail in rebate (student rebate) information? How do I create an account with Turning Technologies? I have a Turning Technologies clicker,...
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