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Within a Quiz, an instructor can provide instructions, rubric, graphics, or other content through the use of the Description option. This is similar to the way that labels can be used to add content to the course page. To Add a Description to a Quiz: 1. Log...
Article Id: 20022
Category: SNAP

Instructors can require students to enter a password to take a quiz. This is helpful if a quiz is assigned to a group of students, instead of the whole class. The student will have to enter the password before they begin. To Password Protect a Quiz: 1. Log in to ...
Article Id: 20023
Category: SNAP

To Upload an Assignment: 1. Log on to Moodle and select the desired course. 2. Click on the desired Assignment .
Article Id: 20024
Category: SNAP

A workshop is an activity were students can submit their work to be peer reviewed by the class. The student will get two grades from this activity; a grade from doing the activity and one from the assessment of their peers. To Add a Workshop: 1. Log in to ...
Article Id: 20030
Category: SNAP

After creating a Quiz, you must add questions to it. You can create new questions, or add questions from the Question Bank. If you create a new question, it will automatically be added to your Question Bank. To Add Quiz Questions to a Quiz: 1. Log into Moodle and select desired course.
Article Id: 20029
Category: SNAP

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: 20033
Category: SNAP

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: 20032
Category: SNAP

A choice activity is a one-question survey with limited set of answers. Examples of its use are for picking schedule times, self-selecting for group membership, or voting between options. The results can display the participants' names or be anonymous. To Create a Choice Activity: 1. Login...
Article Id: 20037
Category: SNAP

A label can be added to any desired content area to have a more specific layout. To Create a Label: 1. Login to Moodle and select your course. 2. Scroll to...
Article Id: 20038
Category: SNAP

The Attendance activity is designed for teachers to be able take attendance during class, and for students to be able to view their own attendance record. To Add Attendance: 1. Login to Moodle and select desired course. 2....
Article Id: 20047
Category: SNAP