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
Moodle Basics Videos
- Moodle Basics 01 - Navigation
- Moodle Basics 02 - Best Practices with Blocks
- Moodle Basics 03 - Course Settings
- Moodle Basics 04 - Getting Help
- Moodle Basics 05 - The Announcement Forum
- Moodle Basics 06 - Course Elements Editing
- Moodle Basics 07 - The Text Editor
- Moodle Basics 08 - Activity AutoLinking Filter
- Moodle Basics 09 - Adding Images
- Moodle Basics 10 - Best Practices for Audio and Video
- Moodle Basics 11 - Adding Documents
- Moodle Basics 12 - Looking at Moodle from Your Students' Point of View
- Moodle Basics 13 - Hiding Gradebook Grades Until A Certain Date
- Moodle Basics 14 - First Look at the Gradebook
- Moodle Basics 15 - Weighting Items in Gradebook
- Moodle Basics 16 - Adding Gradebook Categories
- Moodle Basics 17 - More Fun With Gradebook Categories
- Moodle Basics 18 - Weighted Grades and Categories
- Moodle Basics 19 - Assure Your Grade Aggregation is "Natural"
Additional Resources from Moodle
Other How Tos
- Clone a course from one semester to another
If you are teaching the same course again, you can copy the content from one semester to another. Follow this do-it-yourself guide, or email CIT with the course numbers if you have any trouble (for example: Clone Econ-403-01 S18 to Econ-403-01 F18).
- 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 in your course
- Add a live Google Doc
Great for updating your syllabi on-the-fly, you can just make changes to a Google Doc instead of re-uploading a Word document.
- Insert a video from Google Drive
- Change the course format to Weekly or Topic
- Make your course available to students
Communication from CIT will always be signed by an employee's name. CIT will never ask for your password to keep your account active or to increase your email storage space.
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8 a.m.–5 p.m.
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