You no longer need to request a LMS site. All courses entered in Banner will have a Moodle course automatically generated. Students will be enrolled as they register (15 minute delay) starting a week before classes start each semester.
Request to add users to Moodle; create a department or group site, only;
All requests must be submitted through the online form available at http://www.gcc.mass.edu/it/moodle-request-forms/
Meta Courses in Moodle links students from multiple sections into a parent course. The parent course is where the course content is stored and all course interaction occurs. IT needs to create the meta course and link the multiple sections to this course. The sections are unavailable to students. For large classes, it is recommended faculty create groups for each of the sections linked to a meta course. Groups allow for easy management of the discussions.
New to Moodle v2.6 (upgrade 7/25/14)
New to Moodle v2.5.1
Getting Started with Moodle for Instructors
This tab contains handouts to guide you through the development of your Moodle course. All courses for January and Spring 2012 will automatically be created in Moodle. The documents are PDFs.
- Getting Started with Moodle v2
- What Does This Icon Do
- Note worthy for faculty using Moodle v2
- Add a Resource to Moodle
- Edit settings in Moodle
- Sending Email from Moodle
- What You See
- Moodle: Forced Discussions
- Grades: Grading and Giving Feedback
- Grading with Letters (versus percentages)
- Set-up Forums and Forum Types
- Hide and Unhide Modules and Uploaded Files
- Moodle: Creating Quiz (all inclusive handout: 1st set up categories for your questions; then create the quiz)
- Assessment – 1st, Create “Categories” in the “Question bank”; 2nd,Create Quizzes from questions that have been categorized in the “Question bank.”
- Edit a quiz once it has been created, click on the quiz, then scroll to “Settings” (on the left side of the screen) > “Edit quiz”.