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Description The Folder resource enables a you to display a number of related files inside a single folder, reducing scrolling on the course page. The files may be of different types (documents, images, or presentations) and they may be uploaded all at once, as a zipped folder that students can download using an optional download button. They may also be added one at a...
Article Id: 20196
Category: Activities & Resources

General Information There are two types of Forums in the LSU instance of Moodle, (1) Announcements , and (2) the Forum . Forum Types 1. ...
Article Id: 20186
Category: Activities & Resources

Turnitin GradeMarks The Turnitin GradeMark features discussed in this article include the Instructor Feedback Layer, QuickMarks, Feedback Studio, Inline Comments, and Strikethrough. Markup and Score a Student Paper Open Feedback Studio - Open Feedback Studio from a specific student...
Article Id: 20244
Category: Activities & Resources

There are a few ways to grade an assignment: by individual submission, through quick grading, and through the gradebook. Please note that MoodleDocs does not show the Snap theme, but the functionality of settings is the same. To Grade an Individual Submission: Log into Moodle and go to your My Courses page. If there are assignments that need grading, you...
Article Id: 20201
Category: Activities & Resources

H5P makes it easy to create, share, and reuse HTML5 content and applications. Content is responsive and mobile friendly, which means that users will experience the same rich, interactive...
Article Id: 20348
Category: Activities & Resources

The journal activity in Moodle gives students a private space to respond to a prompt—the work students submit is visible only to the instructor. Instructors can either limit the availability of a journal entry or leave it open so that the student can add to it indefinitely. While it is open, students can continuously edit or add to their entry, and instructors can continuously update...
Article Id: 20285
Category: Activities & Resources

The journal activity in Moodle gives students a private space to respond to a prompt—the work students submit is visible only to the instructor. Instructors can either limit the availability of a journal entry or leave it open so that the student can add to it indefinitely. While it is open, students can continuously edit or add to their entry. To Submit a Journal...
Article Id: 20284
Category: Activities & Resources

The Moodle Lesson activity allows you to deliver content and practice activities in interactive and flexible ways. A lesson can consist of a linear set of content and question pages that guides the student down a specific learning path, and can include text, images, embedded video, and hyperlinks. Lesson pages can also present a scenario that branches depending on the the student’s...
Article Id: 20086
Category: Activities & Resources

The Lightbox Gallery allows you to create image galleries within your Moodle course. Small thumbnails will then be generated, which are used for the thumbnail view of the gallery. For instructions on adding this resource,...
Article Id: 19640
Category: Activities & Resources

Instructors must manually grade some types of questions in a quiz. For example, essay questions cannot be auto-graded by Moodle and require a grader to read and input a grade. Manual grading is also an opportunity to provide timely and helpful feedback to students using the feedback area on the grading screen. To Manually Grade a Quiz...
Article Id: 20208
Category: Activities & Resources