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Moodle: Customize and organize your course
Moodle has several new features that allow you to customize your course. You may now Add a Description, Add an Image, and Star Courses. This article describes how to use each of these features. Before you start , you may need the following: a...
Zoom: Schedule course meetings with the Moodle Zoom activity
Instructors can create and manage all course meetings though Moodle by using the Zoom activity. We recommend using this feature—rather than the Zoom website or app—for the following reasons: It will automatically invite all course pa...
Moodle: Hide or show courses and course sections
Moodle lets Instructors of record and Other editing teachers hide an entire course site to prevent  students, auditors and guests from seeing it.  Similarly, Moodle allows course instructors to hide course sections, assignments, and mat...
Moodle: Copy content from another course
Instructors can copy content from one course to another in order to reuse course activities, resources or question banks : Fall 2020 or newer : Copy content yourself OR   request LITS copy a course for you.  Fall 2017-summer 2020...
Moodle: Merge course sections
By default, Bionic creates a Moodle course for each section  of a multi-section academic course. If you plan to use the same content and activities in multiple sections , we can create a merged course shell that enrolls all students from ...
Moodle: Save or export course data or content
This articles explains how instructors can save or export Moodle course data or content  from Moodle to process, organize or store outside of Moodle or create a course backup (.mbz) file for archival purposes .  Before you star...
Moodle: Export files and coursework
LITS strongly recommends that instructors export  copies of files they wish to keep long-term.  This provides a long-term backup of materials like papers, projects, and syllabi, which professors may want to use for future courses. Th...