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Course Splitting allows an instructor to separate multiple sections of a course into different Moodle courses. Each section can be its own Moodle course, or groups of sections can be combined into courses together. NOTE: It is recommended that you split your course before importing materials or making any changes in the course.
Article Id: 20222
Category: Moodle 3.7+

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. Instructors can change the timeframe of these processes, up to a limit of 60-days prior to the first day of class. Note: Only the instructor of record listed on the mainframe can make...
Article Id: 20171
Category: Moodle 3.7+

Cross-listing allows an instructor of record to create a single Moodle course that combines multiple courses that they are teaching (e.g., ENGL 1001 / LING 1001). Students in different courses and sections will be enrolled as different groups in the single Moodle course. Final grades will be submitted for each course (and section). NOTE: It is recommended...
Article Id: 20173
Category: Moodle 3.7+

Instructors can use a Master Course to create and store content for a course to be taught in a future semester. Students do not get enrolled in Master Courses, so any content will need to be transferred to a teaching course before students can access it. Only one Master Course per course number per instructor is allowed. For information about how to...
Article Id: 20175
Category: Moodle 3.7+

Team Teaching allows two or more instructors of record to combine their courses into one Moodle course. Content can be created and managed by all instructors, but each instructor is responsible for the grading of their own students, which are enrolled into the course as separate section groups. PLEASE NOTE : This process...
Article Id: 20174
Category: Moodle 3.7+

If you do not intend to use particular Moodle courses, they can be removed from your listing on your My Home page by designating those courses as unwanted. Note : Instructors should NOT use this feature to hide or remove courses from the My Courses page. Doing so will result in a loss of...
Article Id: 20176
Category: Moodle 3.7+

The user preference link area currently allows instructors and students to change their first name as it appears on their courses and user profile for future courses. Note : You can only change your preferred name once . If you need to reset or update your preferred name after it has been changed, you will need to...
Article Id: 20177
Category: Moodle 3.7+

Moodle sections (AKA “topics” or “modules”) can be configured to accommodate sequential names in the form of either weeks or numbered topics. How to configure a course for Weekly format: 1. From the main course page, click the Admin (gear) icon and click “Edit settings” under Course Administration 2. Expand the...
Article Id: 20375
Category: Moodle 3.7+

For non-academic, Community Moodle courses , self enrollment might be an option if the overhead of manually managing enrollment becomes too burdensome. Self enrollment is the method where users can choose to enroll themselves into a course, either by clicking "enroll me in this course" or by typing in an enrollment key they have been provided. ...
Article Id: 20374
Category: Moodle 3.7+

Moodle is always in "edit mode" for those with editing permissions, such as an instructor. In each section, also known as topics, modules, or weeks, there are several options to add or edit content, and rearrange, delete, or hide content. The animation below shows the location of these functions, but they are also described in the text below.
Article Id: 20219
Category: Moodle 3.7+