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To Upload an Assignment: 1. Log on to Moodle and select the desired course. 2. Click the Assignment link.
Article Id: 19845
Category: SNAP

Instructors can create quizzes in Moodle to assess students' knowledge. Moodle will automatically grade most questions (some require manual grading by the instructor) and the grade is then entered into the gradebook. Included in this article is information regarding Quiz settings and the types of questions Moodle supports. Getting Started 1.
Article Id: 20091
Category: SNAP

Lessons are assignments that consist of multiple pages with one question per page. The questions can be manually entered into Moodle, or can be uploaded from a text file that follows one of the acceptable question formats. To Add a Lesson Activity: 1. Log on to ...
Article Id: 20086
Category: SNAP

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: 20090
Category: SNAP

Course Overview Frequently Asked Questions How do I log in to Moodle 3?
Article Id: 20089
Category: SNAP

To Access Moodle Mail in a SNAP course: 1. Login to Moodle and choose the desired course. 2. On the "Course Tools" page for your course, click Moodle Mail .
Article Id: 19825
Category: SNAP

In the Kaltura Course Media Gallery , you can view Analytics for your videos or remove them from the Course Media. NOTE: Deleting a video means removing every instance of that video, and it CANNOT be retrieved. If a student deletes a video, it is also deleted from any Kaltura Video...
Article Id: 20088
Category: SNAP

How to find Course Tools in a SNAP Course 1. Login to M oodle and choose the desired course. 3. Click the Course Tools button located below the left menu on the course page.
Article Id: 19823
Category: SNAP

Using the Admin Settings in a Snap Course: 1. Open the Snap course that you need to make admin changes to. 2. Click the Admin settings button in the to right corner of the Snap course window.
Article Id: 19824
Category: SNAP

The Available to students setting determines whether the course appears in the list of courses. Apart from teachers and administrators, users are not allowed to enter the course. How to Make a Course Available in SNAP 1. Log in to Moodle and select the...
Article Id: 19861
Category: SNAP