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The content editor tool set in moodle is available in most locations where adding text or images is expected (i.e. forum posts, online text, labels, assignment description fields, page resources, and more.) [NOTE: You may need to click on the square in th...
_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 new academic year 2016-17 brings with it a customizable Moodle dashboard. The Course Overview block should now be expanded by default. * If the Course Overview block is collapsed, then click the plus sign in the Courses block to view your list of c...
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...
_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 ...
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...
\N\NMOODLE IS THE CMS (COURSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM) IN USE AT AUGSBURG. EVERY AUGSBURG COURSE WILL HAVE A SITE WITHIN MOODLE, ALTHOUGH INSTRUCTORS MAY CHOOSE NOT TO USE THESE SITES.\N\N ACCESSING MOODLE To log into moodle: 1) Go to the Inside Augsburg...
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