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Specify the minimum grade a student must achieve to be considered to have passed this item. This must be in real grades, not a percentage. Once this is done, grades will be highlighted in red for fail and green for pass in the gradebook. Editing the Grade to Pass in Moodle Gradebook: 1. Login to Moodle and open...
Article Id: 19210
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This setting determines the maximum grade that can be given using the value grade type (for scales: the number of items in the scale - 1). The maximum grade for activity based items (a Moodle quiz and the assignment activity, for example) must be updated in the activity settings from the main course page. Editing the Maximum Grade: ...
Article Id: 19209
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To Add the LSU Law Reading List External Tool: 1. Log in to Moodle , and open your desired course. 2. Click...
Article Id: 19219
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This setting provides space for entering information about the item. The information is not displayed anywhere else. PLEASE NOTE : If you are editing grades that necessitate a decimal point, you must use a period to indicate the decimal (as opposed to a comma). Using a comma will cause the value to round down.
Article Id: 19235
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The Bulk Manual Enrollments block allows instructors to enroll a large group of participants at once through a file upload. This is especially useful for Community Moodle. Before attempting to manually enroll participants, you will need to create an CSV file with a list of myLSU IDs for those you would like to enroll.
Article Id: 20011
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Course grade settings determine how the gradebook appears for all participants in the course. To Edit Course Grade Settings in Gradebook: 1. Log in to Moodle . 2. Under the Administration block on the...
Article Id: 19203
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Moodle allows instructors the option to hide their gradebook from students within a given course. This will remove the Grades link in the Administration block for students. To Hide Your Gradebook: 1. Log in to Moodle , and open your desired course.
Article Id: 19575
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In the calendar preferences, you can set the time format, first day of the week, number of events to show in the calendar block, the number of days before an event is marked as an upcoming event and the default...
Article Id: 18420
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A grading guide is an advanced grading method where a teacher enters a comment per criterion and a mark up to a maximum. To learn how to add Assignment to your course, view Moodle 3: Activities & Resources: Add an Assignment . To learn how to create a grading guide, see Moodle 3: Activities & Resources: Create a...
Article Id: 18589
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Article Id: 20206
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