Export to Portfolio Moodle ISU


Introduction

Forums, assignments, and much more can now be easily exported from Moodle ISU by faculty and students using the new Export to portfolio button.

This guide will help you to:

Items which may be exported

There are four different items that can be exported to a file. These four items are:

Exporting a Forum to a File

Follow these steps to export a Forum to a file:

  1. Click on the Forum Module that contains the Discussion you would like to export.
  2. Click on the Discussion you would like to export.
  3. Click the Export Whole Discussion button above the first discussion post.

  1. In the Available export formats dropdown, make sure HTML is selected and Click Next.

  1. Click the Continue button to confirm the export.
  2. Save the file.

Exporting an Assignment to a File

Follow these steps to export [an item] to a file:

  1. Locate the Assignment you would like to export.

  2. Click the Export to Portfolio button.

  1. In the Available export formats dropdown, make sure File is selected, Click the Next button.

  1. Click the Continue button to confirm the export.

  2. Save the file.

Exporting a Chat Session to a File

Follow these steps to export a Chat Session to a file:

Note: Only past chat sessions that have been closed can be exported. After everyone has left the chat room and is no longer active in the session, the past session link should appear within 30 minutes.

  1. Open the Chat Module.
  2. Click the View past chat sessions link.

  1. Locate the Chat Session you would like to export.
  2. Click the Export to Portfolio button.

Note: If you have multiple chat sessions and would like to download them all, use the Export all to portfolio button located below the final listed chat session.

  1. Save the file in the Save As popup that appears.

Exporting a Glossary Entry to a File

Follow these steps to export [an item] to a file:

  1. Locate the Glossary Item you would like to export
  2. Click the Export to Portfolio button

  1. In the Available export formats dropdown, make sure HTML is selected and Click Next.

  1. Click the Continue button to confirm the export.
  2. Save the file.)

For more information please visit:  http://docs.moodle.org/25/en/Portfolios


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