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A grouping is simply a group of groups. Groups can be used to do things like restrict access to certain activities or send Moodle Mail to large subsets of students. However, this can still prove cumbersome with large number of groups containing small number of students each. So groups can be added to groupings and the groupings can then be leveraged as described above. To...
Article Id: 20242
Category: Setting up a Course

Groups allow for filtering students so that work and grades can be accessed separately. Groups can be useful if: You have a course with multiple course sections that have independent projects or content You are co-teaching a course with other instructors and need to view your students grades separately You...
Article Id: 20241
Category: Setting up a Course

Whether formatted as Topics or Weekly, sections are simply the containers in which course content is organized and stored. New blank teaching courses are create with 10 sections, but you can delete unneeded sections or create new ones as needed. To create a new section, scroll down to the bottom of your Contents left sidebar. The Create a...
Article Id: 20233
Category: Setting up a Course

You may need to temporarily hide a section from students while you are in the process of adding or editing its contents. To hide a section, simply navigate to the offending section and click on the open eye icon located in the toolbar just below the name. This icon is a toggle control, so clicking it repeatedly unhides and rehides the section. When the section is in its...
Article Id: 20234
Category: Setting up a Course

An instructor may want to control when and under what conditions a student can access specific items in a course. This level of control can be useful in the following scenarios: Students must complete items in a specific order The instructor does not want the students to rush through...
Article Id: 20189
Category: Setting up a Course

Administration Menu The administration block has many of the miscellaneous controls of each course and is accessible from the gear icon in the upper right corner of the course page.
Article Id: 20227
Category: Setting up a Course

Roles In Moodle Primary and non-primary instructors are automatically assigned in Moodle via information received from the mainframe based off assignments made by departmental staff. However, on occasion instructors will find that the need to assign additional instructors or add students to a course becomes necessary.
Article Id: 20282
Category: Setting up a Course

The Course Preferences Block is located at the bottom of the front page of Moodle. This block contains several links to settings that can be personalized according to the instructors preference, each of which is explained below and linked to more information. Students have access to the "User preferences" link, but only instructors of record (as listed on the mainframe) have...
Article Id: 20220
Category: Setting up a Course

The Course Preferences Block is located at the bottom of the front page of Moodle. This block contains several links to settings that can be personalized according to the instructor's preference, each of which is explained below and linked to more information. Students have access to the "User preferences" link, but only instructors of record (as...
Article Id: 20170
Category: Setting up a Course

Course Splitting allows an instructor to separate multiple sections of a course into different Moodle courses. Each section can be its own Moodle course, or groups of sections can be combined into courses together. NOTE: It is recommended that you split your course before importing materials or making any changes in the course.
Article Id: 20172
Category: Setting up a Course