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Emailing your Class and Moodle

Moodle currently does not have an internal email function associated with your course. 

To send an email to your entire class you will have to use your University of Lethbridge email account.

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Adding & Removing Sections

By default, Moodle displays 14 sections with a sequential numbering system (section 1, section 2, etc.) You may add more sections if required, or you may remove sections you will not be using.

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Changing Topic Titles

By default, Moodle names your topics with a sequential numbering system (section 1, section 2, etc.) These topics may be customized. For example: Chapter 1, Week 1, Introduction to Pottery, etc.

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Creating and Using Groups

Moodle has the ability to designate groups within your course. You can have Moodle randomly allocate groups or you can create groups manually. We will show you how to create both in this tutorial. 

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Understanding Moodle's Calendar Block

Moodle provides users with an integrated calendar that can hold 4 different types of events.

Global (event viewable in all courses - created by admin users) 
Course (event viewable only to course members - created by teachers) 
Group (event viewable only by members of a group - created by teachers) 
User (personal event a student user can create - viewable only by the user)

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Transferring your Course Content

If you have a course previously taught in Moodle it is very easy to get your content moved over into a future/current semester. You are not required to create your online course component from scratch every semester, we can move your pervious course over to edit and revise as needed.

You will notice that you have access to the last semester under Previous Term Courses, if this is the course you wish to move over you are welcome to go through the steps yourself, as listed below.

If you require access to a course earlier then the last semester you will have to fill out a request and we will retrieve your course from the backups.

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Building Custom Content

Moodle allows you to create custom resources and content in many areas. Two such areas are labels and pages. This tutorial will walk you through how to build a custom page within Moodle, how to add and resize images, and how to add a YouTube video. At the end of this tutorial, you will know how to manipulate different types of content utilizing the WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editor.

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Adding a Resource to Moodle (Files, URLs, Folders)

This article will walk you through the difference between the following resource items: Files, Folders, Pages, Labels, IMS packages, and URL's. It will help you understand why you may want to use one resource type over another.

To add a resource to your course, first make sure editing is turned on in the top right corner, by clicking on Turn Editing On.

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Adding an Activity or Resource to your Course

Moodle allows you to add a variety of files and activities to course sections. To add an activity or resource to your course you must turn editing on. This tutorial will show you how to add a file such as a PowerPoint, .pdf or Word documents, and will instruct you on how to get started on creating activities.

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How to Preview a Moodle Quiz

Once you have your quiz set up in Moodle it is highly recommended to preview your quiz to make sure everything looks and works as you wish before the exam opens to students.

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Randomizing Quiz Questions in Moodle

When adding questions to a quiz in Moodle you can choose to keep those questions in order, randomly select from categories, or create new questions as you go along. In this tutorial we will show you how to randomize questions in your Moodle quiz.

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Importing Essay and Short Answer Questions

Rather than creating individual questions in Moodle you can import a document with multiple questions at a time. To import short answer and/or essay questions into Moodle you must follow some simple formatting and save the file as a GIFT file format for importing into Moodle. 

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Importing Aiken Formatted Questions

Rather than creating individual questions in Moodle you can have multiple questions constructed in a text document that you can then import into Moodle. The Aiken Format provides you with an easy way to import multiple choice questions into Moodle.

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Scheduling an Exam in the Testing Centre

To schedule an exam in the Testing Centre you will need have the following information:

  • The requested dates for running your exam. Please note for larger class sizes you will have to run your exam for a minimum of 3 days. The scheduling works on a first come, first serve basis, so please get your exam dates to us as early as possible to get the dates you want. 
  • The number of students in your class.
  • Your course name, number, and section.

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Marking Short Answer/Essay Exam Questions

When you use Moodle's quiz tool a lot of the question types are automatically graded for you. ( Multiple choice, true & false, matching )

However, you may want to use Short Answer or Essay questions in your exam which will have to be graded manually.

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Marking Glossary Submissions

Glossaries are a great way to get students to engage in material that usually takes the form of memorize and recall. As an instructor you can grade student entries in the glossary. This tutorial will walk you through that process.

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Submitting Final Grades

You can submit your grades directly from Moodle to the Registrar's Office. This is very convenient if you have a large class size. 

In order to submit final grades, the instructor of record must be logged into the course.

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