Adding a File to Your Course Moodle ISU
You can upload any type of file to your Moodle ISU course. You only need to make sure that both the instructor and the students have the appropriate software to open the files. If you need to upload large media files (i.e., sound files, video files) please contact the ITRC to discuss the option of placing these large files on the media server.
This guide will help you to:
Hot Tip: You can also select the file on your computer, drag it to where you want the file in your course, and drop it there. This will upload the file directly to your course homepage with default settings.
Hot Tip: You can also select the file on your computer, drag it to the central area of the above block, and drop it there to upload.
Generally the file is located on your computer. The following steps guide you through using the Upload a File option.
Hot Tip: Entering a name in the Save as field will rename the file only for Moodle ISU. This is optional and not required to upload your file.
For more information on Files and Repositories, please see Files and New Repositories.
The following options can be accessed with the Show more/ show less button.
Common Module Settings
This section sets how the activity uses Groups and manual grade calculations. For more information on Groups and Groupings, please see Groups and Groupings. For more information on manual grade calculations please contact the ITRC.
This section sets the conditions under which students may interact with this activity. For more information on Conditional Release/Restricting Access, please see Conditional Release.
This section sets the conditions under which Moodle ISU 2 will consider the activity to be complete. For more information on Activity Completion, please see Activity Completion.
Once you have everything set:
Note: The new resource will always appear at the bottom of the list within the week/topic you have chosen.
For more information please visit http://docs.moodle.org/25/en/File_resource
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