Looking for some Moodle how-tos? Start here! If you don't find what you need, just email firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include the course number if applicable!
Moodle is our system here at Hope for distributing materials to students, collecting assignments, giving out quizzes and tests, recording grades, and much more! Faculty and students are automatically added to Moodle courses when they are enrolled by the registrar. Learn more about how to set up your courses with the resources below.
Uploading Large Files to Moodle
You have the ability to back up the entirety of a Moodle course as one downloaded file, then restore it to another course. This is useful for moving from semester to semester, or for sharing previous courses with colleagues.
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CIT is happy to provide extra help if you need it. Email us with the course numbers if you would like assistance (for example: "Clone Econ-403-01 Spring 2022 to Econ-403-01 Fall 2022").
Other How Tos
- Combine two sections into one Moodle (meta-course)
If you are teaching two sections of the same course and want to have them combined for the same moodle content, email CIT to request the creation of a meta course.
- Enroll a TA or other participants in your course
- Add a live Google Doc
Great for updating your syllabi or other documents on-the-fly. When in Google Drive, changes that you make to a Google Doc are seen immediately, without needing to re-upload an edited file.
- Insert a video from Google Drive
- Using Respondus LockDown Browser and Respondus Monitor with Moodle
- Change the course format to "Weekly" or "Topic"
- Make your course available to students
- Gradebook Import and Export
- Moodle Basics Videos by Beth Trembley
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