Moodle at Wabash!
Update: New Gradebook Features in Moodle 1.9.5 for Fall 2009 are now available! (PDF)
If you are using Internet Explorer and are having trouble opening PDF files in Moodle, click here.
If you would like to share a file via your E-portfolio, here is a PDF containing instructions: E-portfolio (PDF)
Most recent update: You may now send email via Quickmail to Groups you have created within the course! For instructions, please see the Moodle Knowledge Base.
And along that line, here is a reminder when sending messages...
When you "send a message" to Participants from the People block, that is sending an instant message to those logged into Moodle at the time of the send, or sending an email to those that are not logged into Moodle at the time of the send.
If you would like to send an Email to one/everyone in your course, I would suggest you use the Compose (within the Quickmail block) feature. In addition, that block allows you the ability to check the "History" of the emails you have sent.
How to create anonymous evaluations while having a record of participants, who have taken the survey. Link to Moodle FAQ article
If you are having trouble opening a document posted to one of your courses, please check your browser settings:
Firefox > Tools > Options > Applications > find the application for that file type (content type) to see that it is associated with the correct application (action).
For example: If your problem is with a Word document, check to see that it is not trying to open the documents in an older version of Word (ex.2003-2004) especially if you have upgraded lately, and change the option to “Always ask.” Click OK.
If you are trying to open a PDF look on the list for Adobe Acrobat Reader to see that it is using Adobe Reader. If not, click on the application and choose Adobe Reader from the list.
If you are trying to open an Office 2007 file and have Office 2003 on your computer, you may download the Office compatibility patch. Click Here to go to the patch.
For more answers to FAQs, please click the link on the menu (left side of this page).
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If you have any questions, please contact the Help Desk - email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone: (765) 361-6400. Thank you!
"How to" Demos for Courses in Moodle - short clips
Introduction to Moodle for Students (short clip)
How to Weight Grades (prior to Moodle1.9.5)
More demos coming soon.
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