Make certain the eye to the right of the module is open AND the eye for the file is open, too.
The content and the closed eye may be shaded out when you open the eye to the module. That’s OK. Click on the closed eye for the content anyway. The content will become available and the additional functions for the item will become active. Hide and Unhide Content Uploaded into Moodle
Need some help getting started with Moodle? We’ve got plenty of support resources for students at http://www.gcc.mass.edu/distance-ed/student-resources/moodle/
To help students locate the core course documents for courses using Moodle, the Main Menu area has a “Course Documents” folder which should contain the critical documents distributed the first day of class (syllabus, rubric, class schedule, etc.)
Documents distributed throughout the semester should be added to folders in the corresponding weekly or topic module.
This set-up has proven to minimize student anxiety since the Main Menu is always available.
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Doug Wilkins has created a handout to guide you through the process of setting up access to facadata network drive. The handout is available in “Faculty Resources” to the right under “Tutorials”
If you have any questions, contact Doug Wilkins at firstname.lastname@example.org
Saving Files on the Network for access in classrooms (pdf)