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While registered students are automatically enrolled into your course, you can manually enroll extra participants, such as a Teaching Assistant or Guest Instructor. To Enroll Extra Participants into Your Course: 1. Click on the Admin icon.
Article Id: 20260
Category: Course Setup

Backup a Course: 1. Log in to Moodle and open the course you want to backup. 2. Click on the Admin gear in the upper right of the course page.
Article Id: 20165
Category: Course Setup

To Overwrite a Current Course: 1. Log in to Moodle and click the desired course to overwrite. 2. Select Course...
Article Id: 20180
Category: Course Setup

This feature allows the primary instructor of a course to refresh the enrollment to immediately get the most current list of students enrolled in a Moodle course based on enrollment in the mainframe. Although Moodle rosters are automatically updated as students add/drop a course, it is an overnight process. After Reprocess is used, an instructor must wait a minimum of 1 hour to use the...
Article Id: 20261
Category: Course Setup

You can temporarily change your role in a Moodle course to view the course as a student (or other role) might see it. To Switch Your Role: 1. Log on to Moodle and select the course. 2. Go to the gear icon in the upper right corner to access the Course Administration menu.
Article Id: 20240
Category: Course Setup

The text editor has many icons to assist the user in entering content. Many of these icons and functions should be familiar to anyone who uses a word processor. Some examples of where you will see the text editor include: Editing Section headings, description of an activity, writing an answer to a quiz question, or adding a prompt to a forum. The default text editor in...
Article Id: 20361
Category: Course Setup

Adding and Setting Up VoiceThread: 1. Login to Moodle and choose the course to which you wish to add VoiceThread. 2. Click Create a learning activity.
Article Id: 20314
Category: Course Tools

Simple Restore allows you to restore content from a Moodle backup file into your current course and is accessed from Course Tools. The Course Tools link is located at the bottom of the left sidebar on your course main page. Click the Course Tools link and the Simple Restore block can be found near the bottom right of the screen (you will need to scroll down in order to see...
Article Id: 20291
Category: Course Tools

Moodle provides an easy way for an instructor to present materials to their students, such as word-processed documents, slideshow presentations, PDF, and more. All types of files can be uploaded and accessed through Moodle, but the student needs to have the correct software to be able to open them. Files may be added by uploading from an external source, such as computer or USB drive, or by...
Article Id: 20194
Category: Course Tools

The calendar can display site, course, group and or user events in addition to assignment and quiz deadlines, chat times and other course events. Calendar...
Article Id: 20344
Category: Course Tools