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On the mainframe, there is always an official “instructor of record” for each class taught at LSU. In rare cases, a class can have multiple instructors of record, but there will always be one person who serves as the primary instructor of record. In the vast majority of cases, there is only one instructor of record per course on the mainframe.
Article Id: 18104
Category: Basic Features & How To's (8)

Instructors can use a Master Course to create and store content for a course to be taught in a future semester. Students do not get enrolled in Master Courses, so any content will need to be transferred to a teaching course before students can access it. Only one Master Course per course number per instructor is allowed. For information about how to...
Article Id: 18456
Category: Basic Features & How To's (8)

Team Teaching allows two or more instructors to combine their courses into one Moodle course. Content can be created and managed by all instructors. Each instructor is still responsible for the grading of their own students, which are enrolled into the course as separate section groups. PLEASE NOTE : This process should be...
Article Id: 18457
Category: Basic Features & How To's (8)

If you do not intend to use particular Moodle courses, they can be removed from your listing on your My Home page by designating those courses as unwanted. Note : Instructors should NOT use this feature to hide or remove courses from the Moodle My Home page. Doing so will result in a loss of student and course data. Instead,...
Article Id: 18455
Category: Basic Features & How To's (8)

The user preference link area currently allows instructors to change their first name as it appears on their courses and user profile for future courses. Change the User Preferences 1. Log on to Moodle . 2. Click the User...
Article Id: 18454
Category: Basic Features & How To's (8)

Instructors can set up an alternate email address in the Moodle Mail block. This will give instructors an option to send an email from their own LSU email or a different address. Replies to emails will still be sent to the instructor's LSU email address. NOTE: An alternate email address will need to be added to each course. The setting is customized for each...
Article Id: 19651
Category: Moodle Mail

Users can set up notifications in Moodle mail. Creating a Notification in Moodle Mail: 1. Login to Moodle and select your course. 2. Locate the Moodle Mail block and select the Create...
Article Id: 19806
Category: Moodle Mail

Instructors can change the settings in Moodle Mail to restrict students from sending email through the course. If disabled, students will see the Moodle Mail block in their course, but will not be able to use it. They will have to use LSU mail or other email service instead. This setting is found in the Moodle Mail Configuration menu. ...
Article Id: 18578
Category: Moodle Mail

The Moodle Mail block allows users to email one or more participants of a course. In this block, instructors can compose emails, set up their signatures, view drafts and history, set alternate emails, and configure the settings. Moodle Mail Block (Faculty) The Moodle Mail Block allows the instructor to have all...
Article Id: 18123
Category: Moodle Mail

The Moodle Mail block allows students to email the instructor, TA, or other students directly in the course. Messages sent from this system are sent from students' LSU email address. Replies are also sent to the LSU email address (NOT the course). NOTE: Instructors have the option to restrict access to the Moodle Mail block. If you do not see the block in your...
Article Id: 18117
Category: Moodle Mail