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Instructors can add feedback files when grading assignments within Snap. Feedback files can be anything from a marked-up edit of a student paper or even audio clips of verbal feedback. However, before feedback files can be added to an assignment, they must be enabled. How to Enable the Feedback File Option 1....
Article Id: 19931
Category: SNAP

New LSU Moodle Theme LSU will be deploying a new theme in the LSU Academic Moodle environment on May 13, 2019. The new theme, called Snap, will allow for a clean design, improved navigation capabilities, and a universally accessible structure. All features currently available in LSU Moodle will still be available after...
Article Id: 19927
Category: SNAP

By default, Moodle courses are created 30 days prior to the first day of class and students are enrolled into the course 14 days prior to the first day of class. You can change the dates of these processes, up to a limit of 60-days prior to the first day of class, if you are listed as the instructor of record on the mainframe by your department. If it is past the 14-day mark and...
Article Id: 19916
Category: SNAP

***IMPORTANT NOTE: You can only change your preferred name once. Then it must be reset by a Moodle Administrator. Moodle users have the option to change their preferred first name. Students : Your preferred name will appear to your classmmates and instructors. However, instructors will still see your legal name in...
Article Id: 19917
Category: SNAP

Changing Your Course Cover Image in Snap Themed Courses Changing the course cover image in Snap themed courses can be used to add interest to your course page. In addition to appearing on the top of the course page, the image appears on the course tile for your course on the My Courses page for anyone who is enrolled in your course. 1.
Article Id: 19939
Category: SNAP

You can Import selected content from another Moodle course in which you are enrolled as the Primary or Non-Primary Instructor. This feature is different from the Overwrite current course process in that it will not erase or overwrite any course material. It is also different from...
Article Id: 19965
Category: SNAP

How to Add Activities & Resources to a SNAP Course 1. Log into Moodle and select the desired course. 2. On the course page, select the Create...
Article Id: 19792
Category: SNAP

The Available to students setting determines whether the course appears in the list of courses. Apart from teachers and administrators, users are not allowed to enter the course. How to Make a Course Available in SNAP 1. Log in to Moodle and select the...
Article Id: 19861
Category: SNAP

Importing All Materials allows the instructor to import all of the content from another Moodle course into a current course without clearing the content that already exists there. If you are importing content from a Master Course, or a course in which you made recent changes, be sure to first make a backup of the course before importing the content. For...
Article Id: 19848
Category: SNAP

How to find Course Tools in a SNAP Course 1. Login to M oodle and choose the desired course. 3. Click the Course Tools button located below the left menu on the course page.
Article Id: 19823
Category: SNAP