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This guide is designed as a reference as you create and edit in your Moodle courses and sites.
NOTE: Session Timeout
Moodle is set to automatically sign out a user after two hour of no activity. At that point, all of your unsaved changes and content will be lost. Please make sure to keep this in mind as you grade student materials and customized your Moodle course or site.
Adding Activities and Resources to Moodle
Activities VS. Resources
Activities are items that may be graded in Moodle. Resources, on the other hand, are items that people read, view or listen to.
Add an Activity [video 4:24]
Add a Resource [video 4:22]
File Picker [video 2:41]
Moodle 2.6 Overview [video 1:54]
Annotate a PDF (Go Paperless!) [video 1:04]
Adding Documents and Files - Drag-and-Drop and File Picker [video 5:06]
Course editing improvements [video 1:12]
Improved Content [Text] Editor [video 1:05]
Marking workflow and Allocated markers [video 1:34]
Single Activity course format [video 1:13]
What’s new In Moodle for Students and those viewing content - the “big” things
What’s new in Moodle 2.6 for those creating and editing content - the “big” things
Features, Plugins and Tips
Adding Students and Others to Your Moodle Sites
None of Southwestern University Moodle sites are open or have guest access. Thus, for anyone to see and use your Moodle site they must be added to Role. Typically this is the Student role for consumers of your Moodle site.
Other Moodle Resources!
This Guide is a work in progress … content will be added and changed, and items in gray text are incomplete. Please send suggestions and comments to email@example.com - thank you!