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Note: This article is for TinyMCE. The ATTO content editor is an available option, supported and designed to aid accessibility of content. More info: http://go.augsburg.edu/matto [http://go.augsburg.edu/matto] The content editor tool set in Moodle is ...
_Grading Guides are scoring charts that list a series of criteria for an assignment and establish a range of possible points for each. Your instructors may use a Grading Guide to provide you with feedback on your work. Here is how to access your graded Gr...
_Rubrics are scoring charts that list a range of criteria for an assignment and establish benchmarks with reasonable and appropriate expectations for varying levels of mastery. Your instructors may use Moodle Rubrics to provide you with feedback on your w...
Forum subscriptions enable a particpant to receive email messages when there is activity in a moodle forum. This article details how to: * modify the forum subscription and digest settings for your individual profile * modify forum settings for your...
_The Moodle Dashboard is designed to help you organize the way you prefer._ You may choose to Star courses to create your own custom list of courses for the current semester: Repeat this process at the end of the semester, un-starring the courses you ...
Students are always on the go. The Moodle Mobile App helps students have access to course material, upload assignments, and participate in forums without the use of a computer. IF YOU ALREADY HAVE THE MOODLE APP, SKIP TO STEP 5. * Go to the app store ...
ATTO is a newer Moodle content editor. In comparison to the current editor, TinyMCE, Atto is streamlined in order to help increase the accessibility of Moodle sites. This article explains the toolbar buttons on the new content editor which appear in all f...
SHARING GOOGLE DRIVE FILES FOR A CLASS ASSIGNMENT For some assignments instructors may recommend providing a link to a file for your class instead of uploading into moodle directly. This may be because the file size upload limit in moodle at Augsburg is...
Beginning in Fall of 2017, the link for students to view their grades has moved to a dropdown menu accessed by clicking on their profile in the upper right corner of the course. * * This will take you to a page where you can see links to all of the ...
_Many courses use personal journaling as way for students to reflect upon their experiences and learning throughout the semester. Google Docs provides a very effective method for sharing journals between student and instructor. Using their Augsburg email ...
Please follow these steps to upload documents from Google Drive onto Moodle. This will allow your professors to open your files correctly. * Go to your class on Moodle and click on the assignment link where you are submitting your document. Click on 'A...
It is likely that your instructor will try to send you multiple documents from Moodle to your WebMail. These documents will arrive in your WebMail inbox as a zip folder. In order for you to access the documents you will have to extract the files from the ...
* Log into moodle and find your class. Notice the icon next to the assignment tells you that this is an assignment that wants you to upload a file. * Click on the link and you will see the description of the assignment. If you scroll to the bottom the...
THIS SERIES OF SCREENSHOTS WILL SHOW YOU HOW TO INSERT IMAGES IN YOUR MOODLE COURSE TEXT EDITOR USING THE FREE IMAGE SEARCH TOOL CALLED PIXABAY. IMAGES ARE FREE TO USE AND AVAILABLE UNDER CREATIVE COMMONS LICENSING. 1. Select the "Insert/Edit image" tool...
MOODLE IS THE LMS (LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM) IN USE AT AUGSBURG. EVERY AUGSBURG COURSE WILL HAVE A SITE WITHIN MOODLE, ALTHOUGH SOME COURSE SITES MAY BE MERGED. IT IS POSSIBLE THAT INSTRUCTORS MAY CHOOSE NOT TO USE THESE SITES.   ACCESSING MOODLE To ...
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