How do I view the percentage of students that have completed a course evaluation while the submission window is still open?

November 26, 2013 - You can view the percentage of submitted course evaluations while the submission window is still open. You cannot see any other data until after the semester/term is complete and the final grades for ALL courses have been submitted. To find out how many students have submitted a course evaluations, follow the steps below. Login to Moodle. Click on your course in your “My Courses” block. Then on the course’s homepage, click on the Course Evaluation report option entitle “Completed Evaluations. This will pop-up another login window. (This is because course evaluations are located on a different server than Moodle.) To … Continue reading
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How do I allow a single student a different amount of time to take a quiz? (version 2.6)

September 12, 2013 - Moodle allows for individual user overrides and group overrides for quizzes. In the case of a student with a disability (verified by Disability Support Services), this student would require an individual user override to extend the time allowed to take the quiz. To an add a user override to your existing quiz: Log on to Moodle and click on your course. Click on your exam on the course homepage. From the exam page, locate your “Administration” block (now displaying settings related to your quiz). Usually, it is in the left column under the “Navigation” block. Click on the “User overrides” … Continue reading
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How do I view my grades throughout the course? [version 2.6]

September 4, 2013 - Your instructor may assign homework activities, quizzes, online discussions, or various other graded assignments through Moodle. If your instructor is maintaining the Moodle gradebook, you can view your progress, grades, and feedback for all your assignments in the course this way: Login to Moodle. Click on your course in your “My Courses” block. Locate your “Administration” block for that course. This block is usually in the left column, under the “Navigation” block. Note: if you do not see your “Administration” block there, it is possible that you ‘docked’ your “Administration” block at some point to get it out of the … Continue reading
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How do I add a user to a resource course? [version 2.6]

August 26, 2013 - As a Teacher or Instructor for a resource course (e.g., Nursing Faculty Resources, Counseling Resources for Students, Educational ADMN Resources), you can now enroll any Moodle user as with student access to this course. Note: to enroll a user so that they can add activities or resources, follow these steps to add a user as a Guest Teacher. To do this, follow these steps below: 1. Login to Moodle and enter the course to which you wish to allow access. 2. On the main page for your course, locate the “Administration” block. It’s usually in the left column, under your … Continue reading
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How do I provide access to my course for other instructors?

August 23, 2013 - As a Teacher for a course, you can now provide any Moodle user access to your course as a Guest Teacher (ability to import and reuse resources) as well as a Non-editing Teacher (course viewing privileges only). To do this, follow these steps below: 1. Login to Moodle and enter the course to which you wish to allow access. 2. On the main page for your course, locate the “Administration” block. It’s usually in the left column, unless it has been docked. 3. In the “Administration” block, expand the “Users” option and click on the “Enrolled users” link. 4. From … Continue reading
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How do I give my students a grade that has partial points like 4.5 out of 5?

August 15, 2013 - If you grade your students in an activity’s grading screen, you can only provide grades in whole numbers. If the assignment is worth 5 points, you can only award 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5. You may find yourself wanting to provide partial points/credit, for instance 4.5 out of 5 for an assignment. To give your students a grade that includes partial points, you must manually enter the grade in the gradebook. NOTE: once you have entered a grade in the gradebook manually, you have to continue to update it manually in the gradebook. The gradebook overwrites/supersedes the assignment … Continue reading
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How do I adjust my pop-up blocker settings?

July 25, 2013 -  For Moodle to function properly, you need to make sure that your browser currently allows pop-ups (and javascript). To check and adjust your pop-up blockers, follow the instructions for your browser: Internet Explorer 9 (IE) Click the IE menu on the browser toolbar: Click on the “Internet options” choice from the menu that appears. In the “Internet Options” window, click on the “Privacy” tab. In the “Pop-up Blocker” section, you can either turn of the pop-up blocker entirely by unchecking the box next to “Turn on Pop-up Blocker” or add an exception by clicking on the “Settings” button. If you … Continue reading
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How do I find my course in Moodle as a Faculty member?

July 22, 2013 - There are various ways to locate your course in Moodle. “My courses” block “My courses” section “Find a course” link & “Search courses” box “My courses” block Once you have logged into Moodle, all* the courses to which you have access will be listed in your “My Courses” block. *If you are an administrator with greater access than simply to the courses you are teaching, this will not be the case. All courses are loaded into Moodle as unavailable to students. This means that when new courses appear in your “My Courses” block, they will be gray, and listed in … Continue reading
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How do I find my course in Moodle as a student?

July 22, 2013 - All courses are loaded into Moodle as unavailable to students. Once the instructor has added resources, s/he will make it available to students. (Instructors – can’t remember how? Follow these instructions on making your course available to students.) For students: Verify that you are registered for the course. You can view your registration information in Self-Service, https://selfservice.trinitydc.edu/. Login to Moodle: http://moodle.trinitydc.edu/. Check your ‘My Courses’ block in the upper right corner of the Moodle homepage: You can also find your courses listed in the center section of the Moodle homepage, near the bottom, under the “Search courses” box: If you … Continue reading
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My assignment upload looks different. How do I upload when I’m allowed to submit multiple files?

March 28, 2013 - How to upload to a multiple-file assignment* on Moodle: Login to Moodle (http://moodle.trinitydc.edu/) with the same username and password you use for your Trinity email account. Once you are logged in, click on the course for which you wish to submit your assignment. Once in the course, click on the assignment. If the assignment is open for submission and a multiple-files-allowed assignment, you will see a screen that contains an “Upload files” button: *Note: if it’s a single-file-allowed assignment, the button will read “Upload a file…” In that case, use these single-file instructions instead. On the next screen, click the … Continue reading
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