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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: 18383
Category: Administration Block

This article explains how to add additional roles to a participant in a Moodle course. Adding Additional Roles to a Moodle Course Participant 1. To get to the Enrolled users page follow the steps found in this article - Moodle 3: Assigning...
Article Id: 19774
Category: Administration Block

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Article Id: 18433
Category: Administration Block

Conduct an Advanced Search in Forums This is done to find the Forum Posts made by a specific student. 1. Login to Moodle . 2. Click Advanced Search ...
Article Id: 18413
Category: Basic Features & How To's

Moodle 3: Mass Actions Block The Mass Actions block allows instructors to perform actions on multiple items in a course rather than having to do repeated actions on individual items. To use this block, Java Script must be enabled in your browser.
Article Id: 18561
Category: Basic Features & How To's

To Access the Recycling Bin on Moodle 3: 1. Go...
Article Id: 18562
Category: Basic Features & How To's

Moodle courses now have the option to be displayed in different themes. Along with the traditional Essentials theme, instructors can now use the newer Snap theme. This article contains information on how to change between these two themes. To change the Moodle course theme from SNAP to...
Article Id: 19843
Category: Basic Features & How To's

Administration Block The administration block has many of the miscellaneous controls of each course and is broken into three sections.
Article Id: 18401
Category: Basic Features & How To's

An instructor's Moodle course can be set to display in the Weekly Format. When your course is created, it will have a start date of the first day of the current semester. If this setting is not correct, or you want a different start date, you can change this by clicking on the Edit settings link in the Administration block.
Article Id: 18347
Category: Basic Features & How To's

General Information There are four different ways that your Moodle Course can be formatted, Weekly Format, Topics Format, Social Format, and SCORM Format. By default, content In Moodle is arranged by Weekly Format. 1. The Weekly Format is where course shells have the official dates...
Article Id: 18350
Category: Basic Features & How To's