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Accounts & Eligibility Information 1. myLSU Account ID ( myLSU ID: LSU Overview ) The myLSU Account (myLSU ID) is used to grant secure access to many of LSU's online resources including the myLSU Portal , Computer Labs , E-mail , Secure Wireless (eduroam) , Moodle , WorkDay , Zoom , and TigerWare . Available To: LSU Faculty, Staff,...
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The Gradebook view allows instructors to enter grades directly in the Gradebook. For more information regarding the Moodle gradebook feature, please visit Moodle 3 Gradebook: LSU Overview . PLEASE NOTE: If you intend to enter grades that include a decimal point you must use a period (as opposed to a comma). A comma will cause the grade to round down. To Enter Grades...
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Moodle 3: Activities & Resources: Add a Link to a Website Instructors are able to display a link to a website that is outside of Moodle. Repeat this process below to add multiple links to external websites. To add a link to a Website: 1. Log into Moodle and select your course. 2. Turn editing on by clicking the Edit button at the top right corner of the page .
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Technical Requirements: Moodle runs on Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, & Android or any other device with a modern web browser. ITS Web Browser Recommendation : NOTE : Chrome or Firefox are the recommended browsers for Moodle 3 at LSU. Mozilla Firefox Chrome Other Browser Requirements: Adobe Flash Javascript...
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Printed documents can be picked up in Middleton Library or Patrick Taylor Hall. Just follow these steps and you will have your color or black and white 8.5" x 11" documents in no time. To Print from a Public Access Lab Machine: 1. Log onto any of the Public Access Lab computers with your MyLSU Account ID & Password. 2. Bring up your document of choice (PDF, Word, Web...
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General Information Panopto for students is a video platform that may be used by instructors, which includes software for watching videos and viewing live streaming video all with interactive video players. Panopto is a great resource for watching lectures and supplemental video tutorials for increased learning in and outside of the classroom and to improve a student's learning ability. It...
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This article will explain how to add questions to a feedback survey activity that has already been created. (For instructions on how to create a new Feedback survey, see GROK article: " Adding a Feedback Survey Activity .") To Add Questions to a Feedback Activity: 1. Log in to Moodle and select your course. 2. Turn editing on by clicking the Edit button in the top...
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Aggregation Methods There are 3 category Aggregation Methods to choose from for determining how Moodle calculates a category grade total. For more information on the Moodle Gradebook, see the Moodle 3: Gradebook: Overview article. 1. Custom Weights This method allows you to set custom numeric weights that determine the relative value of a grade item (as compared to the...
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After creating a Quiz, you must add questions to it. You can create new questions, or add questions from the Question Bank. If you create a new question, it will automatically be added to your Question Bank. See Grok article 18316 to Add a Quiz . To Add Quiz Questions to a Quiz: 1. Log in to Moodle . 2. Select the Edit button in the top right-hand corner.
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Users can set up notifications in Moodle mail. Creating a Notification in Moodle Mail: 1. Login to Moodle and select your course. 2. Locate the Moodle Mail block and select the Create Notification link. Note : if you do not see the Moodle Mail block, you may need to Turn This Block On . 3. You will be brought to your notification creation page.
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