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The GradeMark feature within the Turnitin interface provides a way for instructors to create comments and enter feedback as well as enter a grade for a student's submitssion within an assignment. Instructors can use GradeMark to grade student’s written work (i.e. papers, essays, thesis, powerpoint files), non-written work...
Article Id: 17698
Category: Getting Started

If your instructor has created a Turnitin assignment within a Moodle course, as a student you will be able to submit your assignment once the Start date has arrived. Submit a Turnitin Assignment 1. Select the Turnitin Assignment link from your course page in Moodle. It has the...
Article Id: 18491
Category: Getting Started

Turnitin Detailed Assignment Settings Information Creating a Turnitin Assignment is a multi-step process. In the first step, you create the Turnitin assignment activity and set its options which specify the rules for interacting with the assignment. This article describes the Turnitin Assignment settings in greater detail,...
Article Id: 19245
Category: Turnitin Settings

Activity Completion Settings Activity Completion settings allows instructors and students to track progress through the content of a course. Each content item (resource or activity) can be set to track completion.
Article Id: 18345
Category: Restrict Access

Restrict Access Settings The restrict access settings allow an instructor to designate certain conditions under which a link to an activity or resource will be revealed. The criteria for revealing links includes pre-set date & time, a predetermined grade on an assignment or grade category (including course total), and/or a...
Article Id: 18344
Category: Restrict Access

BigBlueButton is a Moodle-based teleconferencing feature. This activity enables students and instructors to share their screen, web cam image, audio and text-based chat. See the BigBlueButton: LSU Overview for more information about this tool. To add the BigBlueButton...
Article Id: 18114
Category: Basic Features & How To's

The book module enables a teacher to create a multi-page resource in a book-like format, with chapters and subchapters. Books can contain media files as well as text and are useful for displaying lengthy passages of information which can be broken down into sections. A book may be used to display reading material for individual modules of study, a staff departmental handbook, or a...
Article Id: 18307
Category: Basic Features & How To's

A certificate can be used to provide students or faculty a mark of completion for an activity or course. To Add a Certificate: 1. Login to Moodle and select the course. 2. Click the Turn...
Article Id: 18299
Category: Basic Features & How To's

Moodle allows professors to organize online discussions with their students via the Chat activity. This gives professors the option of increasing their availability to students outside of class. They can conduct their office hours in this manner or use it as an alternative to class itself on occasions. This article will show users how to create a chat...
Article Id: 18301
Category: Basic Features & How To's

A choice activity is a one-question survey with limited set of answers. Examples of its use are for picking schedule times, self-selecting for group membership, or voting between options. The results can display the participants' names or be anonymous.
Article Id: 18310
Category: Basic Features & How To's