Learning Resources and Activities
Moodle is a robust platform that provides many options to instructors as they work to support students as they learn. Instructors can choose from several Moodle Resources options to present content in their courses. There are even more diverse options available for inclusion in a course to allow students to demonstrate their learning and instructors to record a grade.
Grading in Moodle
Once students submit their work in Moodle, instructors will need to grade the work submitted in Moodle, just like student work submitted in class would need to be graded. The resources below are specific to type of activity used.
Supporting Student Success with Moodle
Moodle has multiple features that can support students as they work to stay on task and accomplish the things that instructors ask them to do. Other Moodle features allow instructors the option to be flexible in extreme student circumstances when students' lives don't allow them to meet our course deadlines and timelines. There are options to support our students while maintaining high expectations for our students.
Moodle Student Guide & Moodle Improvements Guide
The Moodle Guides are more in-depth than the targeted resources on this page. If you want to get an overview of what students need to know, check out the Moodle Student Guide. The Moodle Improvements guide keeps you up to speed on recent updates and improvements to Moodle.
Final Grades and Never Attended Reports
Never Attended and Final Grades are two required reports that are submitted through Moodle. If you need a step-by-step guide to submitting these reports, you have come to the right place! Also below, you will find a handy guide to exporting and printing your Moodle gradebook, which also includes tips for formatting the spreadsheet.
Course Copying and Maintenance
In this section, you will find guides dealing with course maintenance, including routine tasks like importing course content, converting documents to various formats, backing up course content, using course logs to glean information about student access, and ensuring accessibility of your digital materials.
In this section, you will find resources related to the creation and maintenance of quizzes in Moodle, including adding user overrides to give individual users different parameters than other users, and deleting quiz attempts.
In this section, you will find resources related to Turnitin, which is a valuable feedback tool for students. Below, there are guides geared toward both instructors and students alike, answering many of the most common Turnitin questions, as well as delving into more advanced features that Turnitin offers.