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The book module enables a teacher to create a multi-page resource in a book-like format, with chapters and subchapters. Books can contain media files as well as text and are useful for displaying lengthy passages of information which can be broken down into sections. A book may be used to display reading material for individual modules of study, a staff departmental handbook, or a...
Article Id: 18307
Category: Frequently Asked Questions

Moodle classifies some activities as Assignments when students will get a grade for completing the activity. When an assignment is created, Moodle will automatically place a Grade Item for that assignment in the GradeBook. This grade item will appear as a column in the GradeBook spreadsheet. Assignment Grade items are different from Manual Grade items which...
Article Id: 18476
Category: Frequently Asked Questions

To Delete a Link to a Resource or Activity: NOTE : Deleting a link to an activity will remove the activity from your course. If the activity was a graded assignment, such as a Quiz or Upload File Assignment, its column of grades in the Gradebook will also be deleted. In the case of an Upload File Assignment, the...
Article Id: 18405
Category: Frequently Asked Questions

A book may be edited to display additional reading material for individual modules of study, a staff departmental handbook, media files, or a showcase portfolio of student work. It is a way to import HTML sites directly into Moodle for seamless viewing. You can add Sub Chapters to an existing Chapter in a Book, as well as reorder, edit, or delete Chapters from the Table of Contents.
Article Id: 19729
Category: Frequently Asked Questions

The Edit Summary button allows the instructor to update the Section Name (The Title for the Topic or Week) & the Summary for that topic or week. To Update the Section Name and Summary: 1. Log in to ...
Article Id: 18434
Category: Frequently Asked Questions

(To learn how to add a Glossary to your course, view Moodle 3: Activities & Resources: Add a Glossary ) To Export a Glossary: 1. Log on to Moodle and select the desired course.
Article Id: 18515
Category: Frequently Asked Questions

Moodle 3: Activities & Resources: Grading an Assignment 1. Log into Moodle 3 and go to the desired course. 2. Click the desired assignment that needs to be graded. 3....
Article Id: 19748
Category: Frequently Asked Questions

Moodle provides the ability for instructors to export and download forum posts which can be helpful to save students' contributions. Exporting Forum Posts ** NOTE : Before you can export your forum posts, you must first add the Export Forum block to the front page of your course. See...
Article Id: 18330
Category: Frequently Asked Questions

(To learn how to add a Glossary to your course, view Moodle 3: Activities & Resources: Add a Glossary ) To Import a Glossary: 1. Log on to Moodle and select the desired course.
Article Id: 18360
Category: Frequently Asked Questions

A book may be exported to a zip file from Moodle, and may then be imported back as individual chapters added to an existing book. To Export a Book: 1. Login to Moodle and select your course. 2. Turn editing on by...
Article Id: 19727
Category: Frequently Asked Questions