Moodle for Students

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Moodle: View and submit assignments
Faculty create Assignments in Moodle for a number of reasons: to place assignment due dates on the Moodle course calendar, to make a graded item for an assignment in the course Gradebook, and/or to receive electronic paper submissions. Before ...
Moodle: Take online quizzes and exams
If taking tests is stressful, taking online can be even more so! This article explains how the Quiz activity in Moodle works and some best practices that instructors and students can adopt to ensure the smoothest experience. We’re going to...
Moodle: Convert documents using Sensus Access
The Sensus Access activity enables Moodle course participants to upload documents directly from the course into Sensus Access for conversion to file formats that meet their accessibility needs. (If you have a brynmawr.edu email address, you can...
Moodle: Join Zoom meetings from Moodle
If your Moodle course contains a Zoom activity, you will be able to see and join any meetings created through it in several different ways. From a Zoom activity Open the Moodle course and click on the Zoom activity. The Upcoming Meetings tab...
Moodle: Export files and coursework
LITS strongly recommends that students and instructors export copies of course files that they wish to keep long-term and archive them outside of Moodle. We suggest this for a few reasons. First, although our Moodle policies guarantee that cours...
Moodle: Participate in a workshop activity
Have a class that’s using the Moodle Workshop for peer review? This article explains all the steps for the Workshop as they are presented in the Workshop’s “phase box”. Setup phase: This is the phase where the workshop ...