Moodle 2: LSU Overview
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Contingency Settings - Allows instructors to determine when items become available based on pre-set conditions. These criteria include date & time, a student's grade on an assignment or quiz, and whether or not a student viewed a particular resource. For example, an instructor can create a series of sequential quizzes where just the first quiz is initially available. Only after achieving a passing grade on the first quiz will the link to the next one become visible. Students scoring a failing grade on the same quiz could be presented with links to remedial or extra support materials.
Completion Tracking - Allows instructors to view a report on students' progress through course materials. Conditions for completion of items include pre-set grades for assignments, viewing resources, or having students manually designate an activity as completed.
Block Docking - Allows users to modify their Moodle page by collapsing blocks into horizontal tabs on the side of the screen. Blocks can be restored by clicking the tab and then clicking the Un-Docking icon.
Gradebook Builder - Presents a streamlined graphic interface for generating categories and items in a comprehensive, customizable layout design.
Mobile Theme - Moodle will be presented in an easily navigable interface in the mobile web browser when a mobile device is detected.
Workshop (Peer-Review Activity) - The interface and controls to this activity have been simplified. It allows instructors to directly designate the allocation of student work for review. The final grade calculation now transfers to the Gradebook.
Attendance Block - This feature was completely re-written in Fall 2012.
LSU People Block - Gives instructors more control over what information is displayed as well as making all fields sortable.
Course Preference System - The system that oversees course creation, splitting, cross-listing and team-teaching.
For a detailed report including historic charts and statistics, view the Moodle Usage Statistics: LSU Overview.
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