Moodle Tutorial

Moodle Basic Tutorial

How to Upgrade Moodle

For upgrading your moodle site to the latest moodle version, follow the five steps:

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Enable Moodle Mobile App

Moodle Mobile is the Moodle official mobile application for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone. It is available in Google Play, Apple Market, and Windows App Stores. The app requires Moodle versions 2.4 and later.

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Teacher Resources in Moodle

Moodle offers several features that are of special interest to teachers. These focus on determining how well your students are progressing through a course. Reports and logs show you who has done what on your site, or in your course.

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Adding Blocks in Moodle

Blocks add functionality to your site or your course. A block usually displays information in a small area in one of the side columns. For example, a block can display a calendar, the latest news, or the students enrolled in a course.

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Managing Students With Groups

A group is a collection of students in a course. Outside of a course, a group has no meaning.

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Groups and Cohorts in Moodle

Groups and cohorts are both collections of students. There are several differences between them. Cohorts enable administrators to enroll and unenroll students all together, whereas groups enable teachers to manage students during a class.

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Enrollment Methods in Modle

Enrollment is different from authentication. In authentication, you grant a user access to your site. In enrollment, you grant a user access to a course.

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Adding Workshop to Moodle Course

A workshop provides a place for students in a class to see an example project, upload their individual projects, and see and assess each other's projects. When a teacher requires each student to assess the work of several other students, the workshop becomes a powerful collaborative grading tool.

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Adding Wiki to Moodle Course

The Moodle wiki module enables students to collaborate on a group writing project, build a knowledge base, and discuss class topics. As wiki is easy to use, interactive, and organized by date, it encourages collaboration among its participants. This makes it a powerful tool to create group knowledge.

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Adding Glossary to Moodle Course

A glossary is a list of words and definitions that students can access. However, a course creator allows students to add entries to a Glossary. This transforms the glossary from a static list of vocabulary words to a collaborative tool for learning purposes.

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Adding Forums to Moodle Course

Forums are one of Moodle's most useful features. A well-run class forum can stimulate thoughtful discussion, motivate students to become involved, and result in unexpected insights.

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Adding Chats to Moodle Course

The chat module creates a chat room where students can have real-time online chats. Similar to other activities in a course, the chat activity is available to students enrolled in the course. Chat sessions can be logged and made available to students who may join the course later.

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Type of Questions in Moodle Quizzes

These question types are included in the default installation of Moodle.

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Adding Quizzes to Moodle Course

In most courses, a quiz or test is a major activity. In Moodle, creating, taking, and grading quizzes can be much faster. This means that you can use quizzes liberally throughout your courses.

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Review Options in Moodle Quizzes

Review options determine what information a student can see when they review a quiz. These options also determine when they can see this information.

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Question Behaviour in Moodle Quizzes

The settings for How questions behave determines how the quiz will present the questions to the student.

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Adding Choices to Moodle Course

A choice is the simplest type of activity. In a choice activity, you create one question and specify a choice of responses.

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Adding Feedback to Moodle Course

The feedback activity enables you to create surveys for your students. Do not confuse this with the survey activity. In survey, you must choose from several pre-made surveys; you cannot build your own surveys. In the feedback activity, you can build your own poll, using several kinds of questions.

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Adding Lessons to Moodle Course

A lesson is a series of web pages displayed in a specific order. Most lessons consist of several pages. The next page that the student sees might depend upon the student's answer to a question.

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Adding Assignments to Moodle Course

An assignment consists of something that a student creates, and then uploads into the course for the teacher to grade. For example, the student can write a paragraph or take a photograph. The options in the assignment activity give you many choices in how to run the assignment.

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Moodle File Repositories

Every file that you upload into a Moodle course, is stored in a Moodle repository. Before you add files to our course, you need to understand how repositories work and how to choose the right kind for your course.

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Adding URLs To Moodle Course Page

On Moodle site, you add the link to your course's home page. When the student clicks the link, the linked item is displayed.

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Six Types of Moodle Course Resources

Resources are course materials that students read but don't interact with, such as presentations, graphics, and PDFs. Resources are added from the "Add an activity or resource".

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How to Create Course In Moodle

Every course belongs to a category. You can change the category of a course anytime.

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Moodle Course Material: Resources and Activities

On Moodle, the course material is either a resource or an activity. A resource is an item that the student views, listens to, reads, or downloads. Examples include a web page, a link to another location on the Web, a file that the student downloads and a video that the student watches.

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Managing Moodle Course Categories

Categories are a site-wide way to organize your courses. You can also create subcategories. The categories or subcategories become an online course catalog.

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Configuring Moodle Front Page

Your site's front page welcomes the world to your learning site. Moodle treats your front page as a special course. This means that you can do everything on the front page that you can do in a normal course, plus make a few additional settings.

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Moodle Filters

Moodle's filters read text and media that the users put on the site. The filters can then do three things with that material: link, interpret, and restrict.

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Moodle Security Settings

You can find security settings under

Site administration → Security

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Language Administration in Moodle

The default Moodle installation includes many language packs. A language pack is a set of translations for the Moodle interface. Language packs translate the Moodle interface, not the course content.

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Authentication Methods in Moodle

Authentication is what happens when a user is logging in to your site. When a user is created, an authentication method must be chosen for that user. This can be changed for the user, later.

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How to Install Moodle

Moodle is one of the best open source (free) online learning management system. If you are planning to launch e-courses on your website, you can consider going with Moodle.

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Moodle Architecture Framework

Moodle runs on any web server that supports the PHP programming language and a database. It works best when running on the Apache web server with a MySQL database.

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How to Enable or Disable Maintenance Mode In Moodle

In maintenance mode, only site administrators can login and use the the site. When users try to access a course when your site is in maintenance mode, they will see a message informing them that the site is in maintenance mode. You can also create your own message.

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Remove Moodle Logo & Link in Footer

When you install Moodle (Moodle is the most popular Learning Management System), you see a logo with link to moodle website. This guide will help you to replace the logo with your branding. I have checked with the latest 2.9 version.

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