|Moodle 3.7 Overview|
|LinkedIn Learning Course: Learning Moodle 3.7|
This video shows how to share a link.
|Course Basics||Finding your Way Around Moodle|
Upon logging in the user is sent to the page which displays a list of courses.
|Restructuring Course Content||Adding Activities to a Moodle Course|
|Restructuring Course Content||
The ease of use makes Moodle user friendly. You can change section titles on the fly, drag and drop items on your course front page, add additional features, and do so much more. This guide will provide instructions on how easy it is to accomplish these tasks.
|Gradebook Overview||An Overview of the Moodle Gradebook|
|Create & Organize Items & Categories in the Moodle Gradebook|
The Gradebook function on Moodle allows professors to manage class course grades online. Here are a few benefits of using the Moodle Gradebook:
|Adding a Zero to Gradebook Items|
|Quizzes||Administer, Review, and Grade a Moodle Quiz|
|Add or Edit Questions in a Moodle Quiz|
The Quiz activity in Moodle provides multiple choice, true-false, and short answer questions that can be assembled into a quiz or an exam administered through the computer.
WHY SHOULD I USE A QUIZ?
We do not recommend using the Quiz activity for high stakes mid-term and final exams. However, the use of the Quiz activity for low stakes and more frequently administered quizzes is recommended as a formative assessment technique helping students and instructors measure learning progress.
|Quiz Question Types in Moodle|
|Importing quizzes using Respondus 4.0|
|Quickstart Guide to Respondus 4.0||
Respondus 4.0® is a powerful tool for creating and managing exams that can be printed to paper or published directly to Moodle, and . Exams can be created offline using a familiar Windows environment, or moved between different learning systems. (Does not work with MACs)
|Importing Course Content||Importing Course Content Overview||
One of the best things about using Moodle is that previous courses can be reused. This will save you time and energy. Setting up your future course has never been this easy.
This section will provide instructions on how to copy content between Moodle courses.
|Assignments Overview||Moodle 3.7 Assignments|
The assignment module allows teachers to collect work from students, review it and provide feedback including grades. The work a student submits is visible only to the teacher and not to other students.
An assignment can require a student to:
When reviewing and grading assignments, instructors can provide feedback comments or upload files such as marked-up student submissions or annotated pdfs. Grades will be recorded in the course Gradebook.
Assignments are beneficial Moodle placeholders for in-class activities. For example, if students are giving presentations in class, creating an assignment activity allows you to include assignment instructions, a due date, and a point value. The due date will appear in the Moodle calendar, and a grade item for this assignment will appear in the Moodle Gradebook.